"Ek Nakhti"- Please help 9-yrs-old Mansi live a dignified life | Milaap
"Ek Nakhti"- Please help 9-yrs-old Mansi live a dignified life
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    Mansi

    from Meerut, Uttar Pradesh

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"Do I look like a monkey? Do I have to live with this burnt face my whole life? My name is Mansi, not "burnt nose girl", "Ek Nakhti", "closed nose girl". Then why do my classmates call me with all these bizarre names? I feel suffocated. I want to run away from all this taunting and suffering." Little Mansi is questioning her fate.

Irritation due to short breath gives her sleepless nights, but she still wakes up every morning hoping that an angel will come and take away all her pain one day. 9-year-old Mansi lived her childhood to the fullest until she came under the grip of a dreadful fire. This deadly accident changed her life forever. Her wounds healed over time, but her burnt nose reminds her every day that her life is not the same as others.


The flames of fire didn't just burn her face; it turned her dreams, her parent's hopes and her childhood into ashes. Because of the burning, her left nose skin got stuck together, completely closing the hole. As a result, she cannot breathe properly, possibly generating chronic obstructive pulmonary disease in the future. 

She often gets a high fever. She is also suffering from asthma and anaphylaxis. Her heart rhythm is imbalanced, causing chest pain, fatigue, and giddiness. It's been a year and, her condition is worsening with every passing day. Little Mansi curls up into a ball, hiding her pain every night. Be the angel for little Mansi and give wings to her dreams by supporting her surgery. Even a slight delay can prove life-threatening.



"As my baby returns from school, she is drenched in tears. My heart breaks when people call her by weird names. She snores loud as she finds difficulty in breathing. Our relatives make fun of my child, asking if there is an animal inside her. My daughter cares for me so much, but why am I so helpless? Can I not do anything for her? I beg you. Please help us as you are my only hope." Mansi's mother urges for help.

By wandering in streets day and night, Resham Pal, Mansi's father, hardly earns Rs 200-300 per day working as a street vendor. Her mother Kiran works relentlessly at home to nourish her children with limited resources. By making in peanuts, it's challenging for her father to manage house rent and daily meals for his family. Looking at their finances, Mansi's treatment seems like an impossible task. They desperately need funds to save little Mansi's life. So let's spare a moment to share and gather support for Mansi's treatment.


"When everyone in school addresses my baby girl as 'burnt nose girl,' it breaks her heart. She must be thinking that her parents can't even get her treated. After paying the house rent, I am left with nothing. Therefore, it is beyond my reach to pay for her surgery. Only you can save my daughter. Please give her a chance to live." Mansi's father requests help.

These battles of survival and health miseries sometimes take away lives. It's hard for such parents to watch their children suffer helplessly. They can't do anything to end their child's pain, but we can. It's an emergency call for help to save little Mansi's life. So, let's donate for little Mansi.


"I want to be a teacher or doctor. I want to look after my mother and give her a better life." Little girl aspires for a successful future to make her parents' life worth living. Your support can save Mansi's life and give a better life to her parents. Come forward and help us make lives better. Let's not waste a single minute. Donate Now and save Mansi.


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Project Global Cure is an initiative of the "Humanity Welfare Council" to transform health globally.

Please note that we raise financial support for financially fragile, debt-ridden people with no social support during medical emergencies. We at Project Global Cure raise funds only through Milaap to maintain our work's legitimacy and transparency. We do not use any other platform for raising funds. If found, please report to us at helpdesk@projectglobalcure.org.

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Team Project Global Cure
Humanity Welfare Council

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