Misbah Bibi's Story
Misbah Bibi awaits ASARP. Before you go on to read the painful details of Misbah’s childhood, know that your aid can help Misbah bring her life back to normal. Therefore, we request you to please donate as much as you can.
Two years old Misbah, a resident of Pakpattan was born with anorectal malformation. She was taken to a public hospital where she underwent a surgery. In this surgery a stoma was placed, for temporary passage of stool.
The doctor advised for two more surgeries of Anterior Sagittal Anorectoplasty (ASARP), but due to continuous delay from the hospital her parents could not secure a date. Misbah’s parents could not afford to go to a private hospital but also could not see their daughter suffering. Misbah’s mother shared her ordeal in the following manner:
“ My daughter is just two years old and she is already enduring so much. I wake up everyday with the hopes that she will be treated soon and she will be able to lead a normal life”
Misbah’s father is a daily wager who hardly manages to earn enough to meet both ends. Luckily, Misbah’s father found out about Transparent Hands through a friend and they came to us for help. Misbah’s case has now been registered.
We are determined to help this poor innocent soul and this would not be possible without your support. As Misbah Bibi awaits ASARP, we urge you to please contribute as much and make a change in Misbah’s life.
Disclaimer: Transparent Hands makes sure that all the patients get surgery in time. If a patient requires urgent surgery and his/her condition is serious, Transparent Hands conducts the surgery immediately. In the meantime, his/her campaign stays active on the website until we raise the complete funding. The hospitals on our panel have complete trust in us and wait for the payments until the patient's funding is completed.
Misbah Bibi's Story
Misbah Ghulam, a two-year-old resident of Pakpattan, was born with Anorectal Malformation. Her previous procedure to make a stoma was performed back in July 2021 with the assistance of Transparent Hands. Misbah’s parents contacted us again for her second surgery, ASARP. For this purpose, she was sent to Lahore Care Hospital, Lahore, for her operation by Dr. Sajid Nayyar. The procedure was done on 17-11-2021. Misbah was discharged after five days of hospital stay. She is now recovering and looks forward to a bright future