Muhammad Bilal's Story
Bilal’s disability has had a significant impact on both his physical and emotional well-being. He feels like a burden to his family and has lost his self-esteem. He used to be an active member of his family, but now he feels isolated and helpless. Despite facing such adversity, he remains determined to overcome his disability and live a fulfilling life. He is hopeful that with the support of kind-hearted donors like you, he can get the artificial leg he needs to regain his independence and dignity. Let’s give him the chance to walk and take charge of his financial independence. Your donation will make a world of difference.
Muhammad Bilal, a 27-year-old resident of Vehari, injured his right leg in a traffic accident two years ago. He was taken to the emergency room of a local hospital for first aid. His leg was badly crushed, and the doctor could not save it. The doctor had to amputate his leg below the knee. He needs an artificial leg to walk.
Bilal lives in a joint family consisting of six members. With a family income of just PKR 25,000 monthly, he cannot afford a leg prosthesis. He said it in a depressed tone:
“With a hopeful heart, I long for the day when I can walk like others. Please help me afford a leg prosthesis and experience the joy of mobility.”
Bilal approached Transparent Hands to register his case. We are determined to raise funds and help him overcome his disability with the help of an artificial leg. However, he cannot afford it and needs the support of a generous donor like you. He awaits an artificial leg, and your support can change his life. Donate today with a big heart and help him get back on his feet.
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