Samra Noreen's Story
Samra Noreen awaits Prothesis Placement. Samra Noreen, a twenty eight years old living in Toba Tek Singh has been enduring the pain of an unimaginable loss since the age of fifteen. A tragic road accident changed her life completely. Samra was hit by a car which resulted in her left leg getting crushed beyond repair. After she was rushed to the hospital, upon medical evaluation, the doctor discovered severe trauma to the left leg. Her left limb was completely crushed and it was not possible to save it. Therefore, the doctors had to amputate her left leg above the knee level.
Samra is a bright young lady who is studying on scholarship. She is an orphan and lives in a hostel. She has two more sisters who are younger than her. A friend recommended Samra to visit Transparent hands for her prosthesis.
“Being the elder sister and an orphan makes it even more difficult for me. I’m studying very hard to get to the point where I am able to help support my younger sisters with their education. Getting a prosthesis seemed like a dream until my friend told me about Transparent Hands. Now I’m hopeful.”
Samra awaits your help to acquire the left prosthetic leg in order to improve the quality of her life. Now that she has been connected with Transparent Hands, we are determined to help Samra with her prosthetic leg. As, Samra Noreen awaits Prothesis Placement, we urge you to generously donate and make her life better. This will not be possible without your donations. Please contribute as much as you can.
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Samra Noreen's Story
Samra Noreen, a 28-year-old resident of Toba Tek Singh, had a road accident fifteen years ago and her left leg got injured badly. She was taken to a hospital and the doctors had to amputate her leg. After the amputation, she was in need of a prosthetic leg. For this purpose, she was sent to Hope Rehabilitation Centre where she received her new prosthetic leg after a consultation with Dr. Khalid Niazi on 22.11.2021. She is adjusting to her new leg and will gradually learn to walk independently.