Help Zakir Hussain Walk Again
Syed Zakir Hussain 's Story
Over the past few months, Zakir Hussain has been through a great deal of difficulty and suffering. Because of a diabetic wound, his left leg had to be amputated. The loss of his leg has interfered with his daily activities. He needs your support to acquire an artificial leg so he can walk independently again. Due to financial constraints, his family cannot afford to pay for an artificial leg. We urge you to donate and help Zakir Hussain walk again.
Zakir Hussain, a 57-year-old resident of Lahore, suffers from diabetes and developed a foot infection six months 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 left leg was amputated below the knee. Now, he needs a prosthetic leg to regain mobility.
He lives in a rented house with his wife and two children. His son is taking care of all the family’s needs. He earns just PKR 30,000 per month. With this meager income, his son cannot afford to pay for the artificial leg. Zakir expressed his despair with the following words:
“During this economic downturn, I have been unable to work, and we are rapidly running out of options without a steady source of income. Please help me to regain my mobility and financial independence. “
Someone referred him to Transparent Hands, and he submitted his documents. Now, his case is registered with us, and we have promised to provide him with a prosthesis. With your support, we can bring relief to his life. His hopes are in your hands now. Please come forward and donate to help Zakir Hussain walk again.
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