The very concern of this fund raising is to provide medical treatment to baby Asra, a three years old refugee from Afghanistan living in New Delhi.
She is suffering through Recurrent Respiratory Papillomatosis since last two years and underwent 21 debridement surgeries including 8 surgeries in All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi. She needs repeated surgery every 4-6 weeks. The dreaded disease is extending and the cost of medication is high which is unbearable for the refugee family.
In this distress, baby Asra approached HomeCountry along with her family to seek monetary help in her fight with the cancer.
HomeCountry obtained treatment plan and cost from Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals, New Delhi. And according to this, baby Asra requires a MLS (Micro Laryngeal Surgery) and Chemotherapy; and the approximate cost for this treatment will be around $20,000 (approx. Rs. 15,00,000 after including taxes).
Now, HomeCountry is rightfully willing to raise Rs. 15,00,000 through this campaign to spend on the treatment of baby Asra.
[HomeCountry is a sister concern of Muslims Empowerment Trust, a public charitable tax-exempted non-profit organization registered under Indian Trust Act 1882, where we try our best to provide a home away from home to the people who have been stuck during transit or are seeking asylum or are refugee in India.]