Donate to Sajid Ali for His Hand Rehabilitation
Sajid Ali's Story
In a terrible accident a few years ago, Sajid Ali, age 26, lost all the fingers on his left hand while operating a grass chopper. He was immediately taken to the nearest hospital, his bleeding was controlled and his hand was plastered. Unfortunately, the wound got infected and collected with pus and his doctor had no choice but to surgically amputate his left hand a few months later.
After suffering the traumatic loss of his hand, Sajid went through several months of depression. He was aware that hand rehabilitation was a possibility but it was well without his financial means. Knowing the state of healthcare in Pakistan, he was hopeless that anyone would help him for free.
“I have family members who have been on the waitlist of our local hospitals for several years for the most basic medical concerns. I did not have the energy to try to get help in that system so I carried on the way I was.” – Sajid Ali
Last month, Sajid visited the Transparent Hands office after learning about the organization. He explained his case in detail and got registered with us for free hand rehabilitation. He is hopeful now that his procedure would be carried out soon and we are too!
If you wish to contribute to Sajid’s medical costs, please don’t hesitate to donate. Every penny brings us one step closer to making his treatment possible.
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.
Sajid Ali's Story
26-year-old Sajid Ali lost his left hand in a terrible accident, four years ago. The doctors advised a below elbow prosthetic arm for his amputated limb. His prosthesis was fixed by Dr. Khalid Niazi on 25.08.2020 at HOPE Rehabilitation Center. Sajid Ali is grateful for the artificial arm and feels that it would be of great assistance to him in his work. “I think the arm would be a great support for me in my painting work. I cannot wait to show it to my coworkers”- Sajid Ali