Nazia Noor's Story
We live in a world where we are used to seeing 6 or 7-year-old children play with barbies and action figures. Not every child is that lucky though.
Nazia Noor is a 7-year-old angel who was diagnosed with anorectal malformation – a variety of abnormality resulting in absent back passage from the time of birth. She was operated by doctors the day she was born. They made a stoma (temporary way for stool) but told her parents that she needed two more surgeries later in her life for a permanent solution.
They were told to revisit the hospital after four months. But on coming back another appointment was given. This process has been going on for 7 years now. Nazia has not even been able to attend school because of her condition. This caused even more distress for her parents since they cannot afford the surgery on their own and their daughter’s future looks grim.
“It breaks my heart that my little girl has to visit hospitals when other children her age are playing in parks and enjoying life”– Nazia’s mother.
Nazia’s father has a vegetable stall and earns a daily income of PKR 300 to 400 only. A doctor told them about the services provided by our organization, and they visited our office for assistance. Through your donations on our website, she will get anterior sagittal anorectoplasty (ASARP). Any financial help in this regard would be a huge relief for this family.
We request you to donate for Nazia’s surgery so she can go to school like the other children her age.
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Nazia Noor's Story
Nazia Noor, 7 years old, was diagnosed with anorectal malformation (ARM) called as rectovestibular fistula (RVF) and she was advised anterior sagittal anorectoplasty (ASARP) for its correction by making her back passage separately at its usual site. She was admitted in Lahore Care hospital and the procedure was performed by Dr. Sajid Iqbal Nayyar on 26.10.2020. Nazia stayed in the hospital for three days and was discharged in a stable condition. She has completely recovered and is in good health now.
“I am so grateful that the defect that my daughter had since her birth is finally repaired now.”-Nazia Noor’s mother