Samar Abbas Kazmi's Story
Samar’s entire future depends on his cochlear implant surgery. It will help him explore the world of sounds for the first time. Samar awaits his Cochlear Implant Surgery, but his parents cannot afford to pay for this expensive procedure. All we need to make this surgery possible is a donation from you.
Six-year-old Samar Abbas, a resident of Rawalpindi, was born without the sense of hearing. Until his first birthday, his parents were completely unaware of this. His parents took him to the nearest hospital. The doctors diagnosed him with sensorineural hearing loss. The doctor recommended that he should get a cochlear implant. An electronic device is surgically installed during the cochlear implant surgery. It helps the patient with developing a sense of hearing.
Samar Abbas’ parents now want to get their son a cochlear implant as soon as possible. However, they are facing financial constraints. He lives with his parents in a small house. His father supports a family of seven members with his meager income. He earns just PKR 40,000 per month. There is no way for Samar’s father to pay for his son’s cochlear implant surgery.
Someone told them about Transparent Hands and they reached out to us. We are determined to help this little boy and his family. But we need your help.
“Until he turned one year old, we assumed he was too young to respond to our voices. That’s when we realized something wasn’t quite right. Our world turned upside down when the doctor told us that he cannot hear. I’m hoping that someone will help us soon.” – Samar’s father
Samar awaits his Cochlear Implant Surgery to live like all the other boys his age. You can give him the gift of hearing. 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.