Better life to Kirti (through surgery)

By Anju Barthwal

$ 99 Raised

of $ 3,237

3 Donors

in 456 days

3%

Story


Baby Kirti is a 13 year old girl belonging to Economically weaker section and resides in Haldwani. Due to bad monsoon her father is not able to make living from agricultural yields for past 10 years. Her disorder has made the family more miserable. Although she is getting her treatment done from  AIIMS, New Delhi.


She is a patient of a congenital disorder 'D-L Scoliosis' (partially / mal - developed spine segments) this disorder affected her lower part of spine as well as the lower limbs and left patient unable to move properly. Scoliosis affected her above part of spine also by causing 3 humps on the shoulder and lower back and spine appears zigzag type.


This disorder has left her with pathetic physical condition as she can not walk,sit, lay down or hold something for a long. It has disturbed her studies too. Treatment expenses and continuous traveling from her native place to AIIMS Delhi has exhausted family's funds. She has been referred to us through Social division of AIIMS.


Saambhavi is a non Government organisation, aims to help physically and mentally handicapped people especially children. We also sponsor treatment of weaker section people at Government and charitable hospitals. Till now we need Rs. 2,25,000/ for the treatment of this child. We have enclosed all documents and request to donate with maximum possible amount.


 The photograph of girl shows that she needs a support for her neck also.  She has been prescribed to undergo treatment / surgery through 'Spinal Fixation/ instrumentation System'. The girl belongs to weaker section so the surgery will be free of cost at AIIMS (All India Institute of Medical sciences), an amount of 3,79,105/ has been charged for the implants /tools to be used to correct the spine. 


Donations for this noble cause are exempted under section 80G.










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Anju Barthwal
 
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Saambhavi

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