Muhammad Jameel's Story
In the bustling city of Lahore, a tragic accident forever altered the life of Muhammad Jameel, a 33-year-old resident. A factory explosion caused by a short circuit took away his right leg, leaving him grappling with the loss of his mobility and independence. Determined to reclaim his life, Jameel had been relying on a prosthesis to walk again, but time had taken its toll, rendering his old prosthesis worn out and ineffective. His dream of walking with confidence and ease seemed out of reach until a glimmer of hope emerged. Your donations will be his chance to regain his mobility, navigate through life’s challenges with resilience, and be the pillar of strength his wife and three children depend on.
He lives with his wife and three children. He is the sole earner in the family and earns PKR 22,000 per month. Due to his poor financial situation, he cannot afford to pay to replace his old prosthetic leg
Muhammad Jameel shared his distress in the following words:
“With a heavy heart, I share my journey since losing my leg. Walking has become an immense challenge, and my worn-out prosthesis hinders my mobility. I dream of regaining my independence, providing for my family, and participating fully in society. Your support in acquiring a new artificial leg would mean the world to me. Please, help me take confident steps towards a brighter future.”
After exhausting all other options, he registered his case with Transparent Hands, and we are determined to help him get back on his feet. He awaits an artificial leg. Therefore, we urge you to be generous with your donations and help him walk again. He has placed his hopes in your hands. He hopes that a kind donor like you will make his life easier. We urge you to donate with a big heart.
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