Saleem Ghulam Nabi's Story
Before you read Saleem’s story, please know that your contribution, no matter how little or big, will make a huge difference in his life. He has placed his hopes in the hands of generous donors like you. We urge you to donate for Saleem’s Below Knee Prosthesis without any delay.
Saleem, a 15-year-old resident of Okara, had a roadside accident nine years ago. His right leg was badly crushed. Upon being rushed to the hospital, the doctors tried to save his leg but had to amputate it to below knee level due to excessive bleeding. Saleem has reached out to Transparent Hands to get a below knee prosthesis. It will help him get back on his feet.
Saleem is living with his parents. His father works as a domestic helper with a meager income. He hardly manages to make both ends meet. Paying for this expensive prosthesis without help from you is next to impossible for them.
Due to this condition, he finds it challenging to take care of even the most basic of tasks. Saleem shared his distress with Transparent Hands in the following manner:
“My life has taken such a tragic turn since the accident. I don’t know how I will ever overcome this. My only concern now is to get back on my feet. I don’t want to be a burden on my family my whole life. Please help me overcome this disability.”
Now that Saleem Akhtar’s case has been registered with Transparent Hands, we are determined to help him get back on his feet. Therefore, we urge you to please be generous and donate as much as you can for Saleem’s Below Knee Prosthesis. Be the hope for this young man awaiting a life-changing prosthesis. Donate now and help him live his youthful years to the fullest.
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.