Muhammad Asif's Story
Asif’s life has taken a sad turn after the amputation of his left leg. Since then, he has been living a difficult life. He doesn’t want to be a burden to others. He needs your help to acquire a prosthetic leg to lead an independent life. The amputation of his leg is also affecting his financial stability. Due to a lack of financial resources, he is unable to get an artificial leg. We urge you to help Asif walk again by donating generously.
Muhammad Asif, a 20-year-old resident of Lahore, had a tragic accident ten months ago in which his left leg was badly crushed by a truck. He went to a nearby hospital, where the doctor amputated his left leg above the knee. The doctor advised him to get a prosthetic leg to regain his mobility and independence.
He lives in a joint family with nine family members. He is the breadwinner in his family and earns just PKR 35,000 per month. He barely manages to support his family of nine with this meager income. He can’t afford to pay for his artificial leg. He said in a depressed tone:
“My nights are filled with restlessness, and this disability weighs heavily on my heart. The thought of my family’s well-being keeps me up at night, as they depend on me. I implore you to lend a helping hand. Your support can give me the gift of an artificial leg, allowing me to walk again and provide for my loved ones.”
After exhausting all other options, he registered his case with Transparent Hands, and we are determined to help him get back on his feet. Therefore, we urge you to be generous with your donations and help Asif walk again. We sincerely appeal to you to contribute with an open heart, as your donation can make a world of difference in his life. Discover the stories of other deserving patients
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