Mohabat Ali's Story
Before you get into the details of Mohabat Ali’s illness, know that your assistance will make his life easier. As a result, we implore you to donate as much as you can because Mohabat Ali needs help. Even a dime can help his life get better and relieve him of pain.
Mohabat, a fifty two year old resident of Hyderabad had been suffering from difficulty urinating for the last five years. He also experienced occasional pain. Previously, he has had two procedures done, one for a prostate and second for urine bypass. Now Mohabat has been diagnosed with gallstones.
Mohabat is advised to undergo a Cystolithotomy but due to minimal resources and low income, he cannot afford the surgery. He works as a labourer in a village and earns PKR. 9,000 a month. He has eight children to raise and in such difficult circumstances he won’t be able to get his procedure done. Mohabat found out about Transparent Hands through a former employer and he contacted us. Mohabbat Ali shared his distress with us in the following manner:
“ I have eight mouths to feed, and what I earn is merely enough for our monthly ration. I am responsible for their basic needs and wellbeing. Being the only breadwinner in the family, it worries me to the core and it is now affecting my mental health as well. I had let go of all hopes until one day when I was working somewhere when my employer told me about Transparent Hands. They are my only hope.”
Mohabat Ali needs help for his Cystolithotomy and fortunately, he has now been registered with Transparent Hands. Mohabat’s hopes rely on us and on your donations. Your little contribution can make a huge difference in his life. We request you to please donate to Mohabat Ali’s procedure generously and relieve him of his pain.
Disclaimer: Transparent Hands makes sure that all the patients get surgery in time. If a patient requires urgent surgery and his/her condition is serious, Transparent Hands conducts the surgery immediately. In the meantime, his/her campaign stays active on the website until we raise the complete funding. The hospitals on our panel have complete trust in us and wait for the payments until the patient's funding is completed.