Support Waris’s Total Correction Surgery

Support Waris’s Total Correction Surgery

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Waris Ali 's Story

Waris is a young boy with a heart full of hopes and dreams. His life took a sad turn when he was diagnosed with complex congenital heart conditions. The only hope for Waris to live a healthy life is through open-heart surgery.  The high cost of the surgery has left his father feeling hopeless that he can do anything to save his son’s life. We urge you to support Waris’s total correction surgery, bringing him closer to a future filled with joy, laughter, and good health.

Nine-year-old Waris, a resident of Sargodha, has suffered from shortness of breath and cyanosis since birth. He is also unable to gain weight. His parents learned about his condition at the age of one. They took him to a local hospital. After the diagnostic tests and evaluation, the doctor diagnosed him with complex congenital heart conditions involving Tetralogy of Fallot (TOF) and Major Aortopulmonary Collateral Arteries (MAPCA). The cardiac surgeon advised him to undergo Open-Heart Surgery for total correction. 

He is living in a rented house with his parents and five siblings. His father has a meager income of PKR 15,000 per month. He works hard every day to provide for his family, but the financial burden of Waris’ surgery is too great for him to bear alone. With this limited income, it is not possible for his father to afford the hefty cost of cardiac surgery. He said in despair:

“I am waiting for that day when he can breathe freely without feeling weight on his heart. It is only possible with your kind donations.”

His family reached out to Transparent Hands and submitted his documents. His case is registered with us. With your contribution, we can provide him with the treatment he needs and add many years to his life. This is where you can make a difference. Donate today to support Waris’s Total Correction Surgery and help him take the first step toward a brighter future. With your help, we can make it a reality. 

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 PCHF

Donated: $ 1,154.77


 Sabena mir

Donated: $ 885.69


 Muhammad Idrees

Donated: $ 500


 Faraz Hamayoun

Donated: $ 100


 Maheera Siddique

Donated: $ 25


 Atif Shahzad

Donated: $ 18.09


 Anonymous

Donated: $ 9.55


 Muneeb

Donated: $ 1.79


 TH EmergencyFund

Donated: $ 0


 Muneeb

Donated: $ 0


Waris Ali 's Story

Nine-year-old Waris, a resident of Sargodha, has been experiencing shortness of breath and cyanosis since birth. His parents learned about his condition when he was one year old and took him to a local hospital for evaluation. After diagnostic tests, the doctor diagnosed him with complex congenital heart conditions, including Tetralogy of Fallot (TOF) and Major Aortopulmonary Collateral Arteries (MAPCA). The cardiac surgeon recommended open-heart surgery for total correction. However, his father cannot afford the expensive procedure, so he reached out to Transparent Hands for assistance. After registering the case, Waris was admitted to Ittefaq Hospital in Lahore, where Dr. Asim Khan successfully performed the operation on 21-02-2023.

Following an eight-day stay, Waris was discharged from the hospital. The surgery was made possible through the support of PCHF, Sabena Mir, Muhammad Idress, and other donors. Currently, his health is stable. Waris's family expresses profound appreciation to the donors whose contributions made the surgery possible. Without your financial support, his heart's health could not have been restored.

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