“She has almost stopped eating. All she does these days is pray and shed tears. She keeps begging me to save our child. I don’t have the courage to tell her that my hands are tied - I don’t have the means to afford my baby’s treatment,” - Govind, father.
I can only see my baby for 2 minutes in a dayGovind and Nidhi’s baby boy is premature - he was born on the 7th month of Nidhi’s pregnancy. The very moment the baby was born, he was in pain. His vital organs have not developed and he can’t breathe without external support. The little baby can’t even feed on his own.
“I wait for those 2 minutes when the doctors allow me to visit my baby. They say he runs a high risk of infection, so they don’t allow me to even hold him. I wonder if he knows that his father and I haven’t given up on him. I want him to know that we will save him,” - Nidhi, mother.
Govind is begging everyone he knows to help him to save his baby’s lifeGovind is a bus conductor in Indore and makes about Rs 6000 a month. His salary was never enough to take care of his family but since the day he knew about Nidhi’s pregnancy - he had started saving for the newborn.
“My savings are almost over now but my baby boy needs to stay in the hospital for at least another week. In the last 7 days, I have spent around Rs 42,000 - how will I arrange for a lakh more? I am desperate to save my baby but I can’t do that without your help,” - Govind.
Nidhi and Govind are spending sleepless nights worrying about their baby boy. Without your help, these parents will never be able to bring their baby home. A small contribution from your side can make a big difference in their lives
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 campaign organizer or the medical team.