Noor Fatima's Story
“When I see other children going to school, I feel bad for Noor. She is my brightest child. You’ll always find her with her books but unfortunately, she cannot go to school. I cannot watch other kids making fun of my daughter due to her disease. I’m trying my best to get her treated but money is being a huge barrier to providing my girl a normal childhood.” – Noor Fatima’s father
4 years old Noor Fatima is a patient of Anorectal Malformation – her anus and rectum didn’t develop properly. Noor was diagnosed with this disease when she was only one and a half years old. She underwent a colostomy procedure at a local hospital and the doctor advised her parents that she’d need another surgical procedure to make the normal passage for stools.
Noor’s father, a security guard in a school, cannot afford to pay for her daughter’s treatment. He earns only 12,000 PKR a month which is sufficient enough to meet the basic needs of his family. He contacted the same hospital where Noor underwent her first surgery but they are not giving a date for her next surgery. Her father requested several hospitals but they are demanding money which he is unable to arrange.
Fortunately, someone informed Noor’s father about Transparent Hands and they immediately contacted the organization for her treatment.
Noor deserves a chance to go to school, to fulfill her dreams like all other children
Donate for Noor’s surgery and enable her to go to school!
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.
Noor Fatima's Story
Noor Fatima, 3 ¾ years old, was suffering from anorectal malformation (ARM), resulting in an abnormal anal opening into the genitalia. She was operated on at 2 years of age to make a temporary passage for stool. After that, she was advised another surgery to construct her anal passage at the normal site. Her surgery- an anterior sagittal anorectoplasty (ASARP) - was done at Lahore Care Hospital, on 05-12-19, by Dr Sajid Nayyer. She stayed for three days in the hospital, with good post-operative recovery and was discharged in a healthy condition.