Their prayers were answered this year. Selva experienced pregnancy for the first time in her life and gave birth to two lovely kids, a boy and a girl last week on 27th November. The day has been the happiest day of their life and both of them were looking forward to experiencing parenthood.
The joy of their birth has been overshadowed by the fear for their baby boy.
The babies were born through a caesarean operation, however, both of them were healthy at the time of their birth. After three hours Roshan started developing breathing problems, the doctors at Appaswamy Hospital , Chennai suggested taking the baby to Kanchi Kamakoti Childs Trust Hospital, where it has identified that Roshan had a heart problem. He was then shifted to Kauvery hospital where is currently getting treated.
This new has brought much trouble to both the parents as Selva is currently recovering from her operation at the hospital and Mani has been running from one hospital to other to look after Selva and Rekha and making sure his child is saved from the condition.
Why Should You Contribute?
Mani works as a school teacher in a private school Thiruvannamalai and earns Rs. 8000 per month. Since this income is very meagre, he also goes for daily wage work in the evening in the agricultural lands near his place. Through that he earns Rs. 300 per month.
Tamil Selvi works as hostel warden in a government school. She earns Rs. 20,000. Due to the pregnancy, she has not been going to work for the past few months.
The family has spent close to Rs. 1.75L for the delivery and 3.5L for the fertilisation treatment. They have taken loans from friends and family and have also mortgaged their land. All the savings have been used so far and need urgent help to save their son.
Your contribution will save a young life and make bring happiness in the lives of the new parents.
The specifics of this case have been verified by the medical team at the concerned hospital. For any clarification on the treatment or associated costs, contact the champion or the medical team.