Ali Raza's Story
Ali Raza lost his left leg in a road accident. He needs a new artificial leg to manage his daily tasks, but he cannot afford to pay for it due to financial constraints. We urge you to donate for his left prosthetic leg. Even a donation as small as $10 can help Ali Raza walk again. The artificial leg can improve the quality of his life significantly, and he wouldn’t have to be a burden on others.
Ali Raza, a 17-year-old resident of Kasur, had a road accident one year ago in which a truck severely crushed his left leg. He went to a local hospital for emergency treatment. The doctors tried their best to save his leg, but they could not. Unfortunately, the doctors had to amputate his left leg above the knee level. Now, he needs a left prosthetic leg to walk again.
He lives with his parents and three siblings. His father is a poor laborer and earns only PKR 15,000 per month. He barely manages to support his family of five with this meager income. His father can’t afford to pay for his new artificial leg. Ali said in a depressed tone:
“The amputation of my left leg is the most painful thing that has ever happened to me. I am unable to manage my basic tasks properly. I feel helpless and anxious all the time. I hope someone understands my pain and donates generously for the artificial leg I need desperately. “
He registered his case with Transparent Hands, and we are determined to help him walk again. He needs your support. Your support can get him back on his feet. Every donation, be it small or big, matters and can make a lasting impact. Your donations will help Ali Raza walk again. Donate today.
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