Life is full of colors when you are a kid. From being an infant to adolescent, a child is in a nutshell overly protected by his parents; especially daughters. Playful, carefree and dreamy… she is treated like a princess living in her father’s palace.
Life was similarly vibrant and joyful for this Karachi-based 13-year-old when a beast invaded her dad’s palace. Innocent school going Ayesha Rashid loved to paint, color, play with dolls and spend time with her elder siblings. Little did she know that her small, simple world was about to be destroyed by a disease. This unpredictable disease was a life-taking heart disease namely Cardiomyopathy (DCMP) which leads to heart muscle enlargement.
This Happy Little Fellow…
Is Now in Lifeless Machines 🙁
Her heart is functioning only 25% to 30 % which ultimately is leading towards heart failure. Ayesha Rashid’s family is trying hard day in and day out to save their apple of the eye by visiting the best doctors in Pakistan and even abroad. Initially, doctor Mehnaz Siddiqui, one of the best Paediatric Cardiologist admitted her several times in the emergency department at Aga Khan University Hospital (AKU)
Sadly, all the doctors are losing hope now since the only treatment option left is heart transplantation. There are rare to no institutions performing this transplant in Pakistan. The Rashid family applied for the medical visa of India and United States of America (USA). Their world turned upside down when their visa got rejected.
This family didn’t give up. They could see a last ray of hope through social media. The devastated mother grabbed people’s attention by making a heart-wrenching appeal on social media for prayers suggestions and donations.
HELP KARACHI !!!!!!!!!
Here are the further details
Name: Ayesha Rashid
Age: 13 years
Account number: BANK AL HABIB CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT AVENUE KARACHI
Contact no: 0334 8767718
Social media’s power has actually done wonders by opening the eyes of many people.
Some are giving Serious Medical Suggestions And Prayers!
While Others are blaming the Government
Kuch PADOSION ke dushman b agae samne #Patriotism
Aur kuch AKU ko badnaam krne agae
Let’s join hands and come together to help this family emotionally and financially as the international medical visa is quite costly. Helping the one who is sick and serving him is an act of humanity.
“The one who meets the needs of his brother, Allah will meet his needs.” (Narrated by Al Bukari).