Muhammad Rizwan 's Story
Rizwan’s disability has affected him both physically and emotionally. He has lost his self-respect and feels like a burden to his family. He is isolated and helpless now. His inability to work and contribute to the household income has strained his family relationships. He is determined to overcome his disability and live a fulfilling life despite such adversity. With generous donors like you, he hopes to get an artificial leg. We urge you to pay for Rizwan’s artificial leg and help him regain his independence and dignity.
Rizwan, a 61-year-old resident of Narowal, injured his left leg in a traffic accident one year ago. He was taken to the emergency room of a local hospital for first aid. His leg was severely crushed, and the doctor could not save it. The doctor had to amputate his left leg above the knee. He needs an artificial leg to walk.
He lives with four family members. He does not have a job or any other means of income. He is financially dependent on his son. Due to the financial crisis, he is unable to get a prosthetic leg. He said in distress:
“I never thought my life would be turned upside down by a single mishap. I have been emotionally and physically broken, and I need your help putting the pieces back together, so please give me what you can.”
Rizwan approached Transparent Hands to register his case. We are determined to raise funds to help him overcome his disability with an artificial leg. However, he cannot afford it and needs the support of a generous donor like you to regain his mobility. He awaits an artificial leg, and your support can change his life. Give for Rizwan’s artificial leg and help him get back on his feet.
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