Muhammad Bilal Khan's Story
“We first saw the worrisome signs when he wouldn’t even flinch at the loud banging on the roadside. We would keep calling his name and he wouldn’t turn his head towards us. As a mother, I knew then that my child was unable to hear.” – Bilal’s mother
6-year-old Muhammad Bilal started undergoing hearing loss at the age of 1. Before this, he was a responsive baby but gradually, his parents noticed that he wouldn’t react to sounds. When they took him for a check-up, the doctor informed them that Bilal was suffering from sensorineural hearing loss and had lost his hearing ability. The only way for this little boy to gain his hearing ability back is if a cochlear implant is surgically placed in his ear.
A cochlear implant is an expensive procedure that Bilal’s father cannot afford. Bilal’s father runs a kiryana shop in the village. With only a monthly wage of 15,000 PKR, it is impossible for him to even manage the day-to-day expenses of his wife and four children and three aunts.
Recently, his father came to know of Transparent Hands and registered his case with us.
Your donations can help a 6-year-old get his hearing ability back. This is a chance Muhammad Bilal deserves.
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