Haider Ali's Story
Haider Ali is 8 months old boy who is the youngest of his 3 school going brothers and one sister. Haider is a cheerful baby who always smiles and loves playing with everyone. He lives in a small village of Talka District in Ghotki, Sindh with his siblings and parents.
About three months ago, Haider’s parents noticed that he was having difficulty in breathing. His complexion also turned blue because of excessive crying. He was taken to a nearby hospital in their town, where he was diagnosed with congenital heart disease (Tetralogy of Fallot) due to which he was experiencing these symptoms which could further get worse with the passage of time. Only solution is to undergo heart surgery for which they have no money to pay.
Haider’s father is a teacher at a Government school in his district and is earning only 13,000 rupees a month which are not sufficient to pay for surgical expenses. Haider’s family is going through painful time. They had to travel a long way from their village to Lahore in hope for better treatment. Haider’s parents are going through tough time. The thought of losing their youngest son keeps them awake whole night.
We need your support in funding his major heart surgery without which his life will be at great risk. Please make generous donations for his heart surgery so that he could recover and be a source of comfort for his parents.
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Haider Ali's Story
Ali Haider 08 months old infant had Cyanosis and dyspnoea on exertion since birth.He was diagnosed with Tetralogy of Fallot and was advised open heart surgery for corrective repair. His surgery was done in Ittefaq Hospital on 28-03-17 by Dr. Salman A Shah. He had good post op recovery and was shifted to ICU for monitoring. Later he was transferred to ward from where he was discharged with stable vitals and satisfactory condition.