"I think it’s because she gets to sleep on a bed here. At home, we are 5 people and there is not enough space for everyone. Here she has an entire bed to herself - she has started liking it here,” Ghousiya (mother) says.
It's the worst to be helpless when your child needs you the mostThe worst feeling a parent can have is being unable to protect their children from danger. No one wants to be there. Asgar and Ghousiya are currently in that place. Their 2-year-old daughter, Tasbiha is fighting cancer but these unfortunate parents have no money to continue her treatment.
“We had managed to start her treatment by borrowing some money but that is over now. But I have nothing left to even start her second round. I feel I am pushing my daughter towards death instead of saving her from the disease,” - Asgar, father.
Asgar is juggling his job and taking care of his daughterWhile Ghousiya is taking care of Tasbiha in the hospital, Asgar is slogging away at work. The news of his daughter’s cancer has broken him from inside but he can’t even afford to spend a single minute crying. He wants to be with Tasbiha who is now weak and sleeps most of the time. But he knows that missing a single day’s work means he won’t be able to buy medicine for his sick child.
We can’t let cancer take away our baby girl - please help me
“I work in a garment factory and make around Rs 7000. After paying our house rent and my elder daughter’s school fees, there is hardly anything left. Tasbiha needs many more rounds of chemotherapy but I am afraid that I wouldn’t be able to arrange for that,” - Asgar.
Tasbiha has Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia - a dangerous type of blood cancer. But with treatment, she can get better. You can bring back home for this family by making a small contribution.
With your help, Asgar and Ghousiya can save their 2-year-old daughter from cancer
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.
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