Arshad Mehmood 's Story
Arshad has experienced a great deal of difficulty and suffering over the past year. He had to amputate his right leg due to a foot wound. Because he lost a leg, he finds it difficult to participate in day-to-day activities. In addition to this, he is suffering from emotional trauma as a result of his physical disability and his isolation. He needs your help to get an artificial leg so he can walk on his own once more. Due to financial constraints, he cannot afford to pay for an artificial leg. We urge you to donate and help Arshad walk again.
Arshad Mehmood, a 69-year-old resident of Lahore, developed a foot infection one year ago. His foot became inflamed, and he went to the doctor for a check-up. The doctor just prescribed symptomatic treatment. With time, his inflammation became worse and progressed to gangrene. He was taken to a specialized care facility, where his right leg was amputated above the knee. Now, he needs a prosthetic leg to regain mobility.
Arshad is living in a rented house all alone. Due to his disability and old age, he cannot find work. He is financially dependent on the support of his relatives. Due to the financial crisis, he cannot pay for an artificial leg.
“During this economic downturn, I have been unable to work, and without a steady source of income, I cannot arrange funds for my artificial leg. Please assist me in regaining my mobility and economic independence.”
He submitted his documents after hearing about Transparent Hands from a friend. His case has now been filed with us, and we have committed to giving him a prosthesis. We can improve his life with your assistance. You now hold the key to his hopes. Please come forward and donate to help Arshad walk again.
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