Zahid Awaits an Artificial Leg
Zahid Hussain's Story
Zahid Hussain has been leading a challenging life since his leg was amputated. He is going through both emotional and physical challenges. He cannot find a job due to his disability. He is losing confidence. He feels hopeless and frustrated due to the financial crisis he is facing. He cannot afford to pay for a new artificial leg. Zahid awaits an artificial leg and he can only acquire it with your financial support. Your donations, no matter how big or small will provide him with an opportunity to move forward.
Zahid Hussain, a 45-year-old resident of Sheikhupura, injured his right leg in a traffic accident 11 years ago. He was taken to the emergency ward of a local hospital for first aid. His leg was badly crushed, and the doctor could not save it. The doctor had to amputate his right leg above the knee level. He was using a prosthetic leg, but now it has become worn out. He needs a new artificial leg to walk.
He lives with his wife and two children in a small house. He has no job and no source of income. He is financially dependent on his relatives. Due to the financial crisis, he is unable to get a new prosthetic leg. He said in distress:
“I want to become self-sufficient to feed my children and it is only possible for me to do so if you donate for my artificial leg.”
Zahid approached Transparent Hands to register his case. We are determined to raise funds and help him overcome his disability with the help of an artificial leg. However, he cannot afford it and needs the support of a generous donor like you. He awaits an artificial leg, and your support can change his life. Donate today with a big heart.
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