Sumaira Sarwar's Story
Sumaira Sarwar is a young girl who has experienced a lot of pain over the last few years. She lost her right leg in a traffic accident. She doesn’t want to be a burden on others. The amputation of her leg is also affecting her daily tasks and studies. She is unable to afford the cost of a prosthetic leg. She needs your financial gift to get a prosthetic leg to regain mobility. We request you to support Sumaira’s artificial leg so she can help her mother with household responsibilities and continue her studies as well.
Sumaira, a 20-year-old resident of Okara, experienced a tragic road accident ten years ago. A tractor badly crushed her right leg. She was taken to the emergency ward at the nearby hospital for treatment. The doctors could not save her leg. They had to amputate her right leg below knee level. She is living a difficult life without a leg. She needs an artificial leg to get back on her feet.
She lives in a small house with her parents and three siblings. Her father is a farmer and earns just PKR 25,000 per month. She is financially dependent on her father and brother. Her family cannot afford to pay for an artificial leg. She said in a depressed tone:
“I want to be a helping hand rather than a burden on my family. To help me become independent, kindly donate generously.”
After exhausting all other options, she registered her case with Transparent Hands, and we are determined to help her regain mobility. Therefore, we urge you to be generous and support Sumaira’s artificial leg. She has placed her hopes in your hands. She is hoping that a generous donor such as you will make her life easier. Please consider making a donation to ease her suffering.
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