Parvez Tabassum Khokar's Story
Parvez is in a lot of pain right now and he cannot afford to pay for the treatment he needs. He is struggling to support his family of ten. Therefore, we urge you to please donate for Parvez’s ORIF and bone grafting without any delay.
Parvez Tabassum Khokar, a sixty-four-year-old resident of Karachi, had an accident three years ago. His right leg broke badly. Upon being rushed to the local hospital, the doctor performed an operation and his femur bone was fixed using a rod. After the surgery, his pain not only persisted but he was unable to bear weight and walk. He went to the hospital for another checkup. After that, the rod was removed and simple plate fixation was done. However, it didn’t help much either. Now he is suffering from nonunion of the right femur. The doctor evaluated him and advised ORIF using Interlocking Plate along with Bone Grafting. But, unfortunately, he can’t afford the cost of this procedure. He told us:
“As an ambulance driver, I have been helping other people. However, now I need your support to get back on my feet. Please help me.”
Parvez is an ambulance driver and he earns just PKR 15,000 a month. Bearing the cost of his surgery is out of the question for him. He gets no financial support from any friends or family. His hopes are only tied with Transparent Hands.
Transparent Hands has registered his case and we are determined to help him as soon as we can. But, this will not be possible without your generous donations. We urge you to donate for Parvez’s ORIF and Bone Grafting and unlock a healthy future for him. Be the hope for him and his family. Even a small donation can make a lasting impact.
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.