This Daily Wage Laborer Will Not Survive If He Cannot Afford | Milaap
loans added to your basket
Total : 0
Pay Now

This Daily Wage Laborer Will Not Survive If He Cannot Afford A Kidney Transplant At The Earliest

Until a year ago, 29-year-old Sanjit Barman's troubles were limited to finding work and feeding his family of three. But soon, another concern joined this list, and it was bigger than he could have ever imagined.

29-year-old Sanjit has severe kidney failure for the last nine months and has been on dialysis since then. He has become too weak to work and only a kidney transplant can help him get better at this stage.

A damning diagnosis 

"From as far back as I can remember, I have always seen my family suffering. So when I got to know about my disease, all I could think of was how much more my family will now suffer because of me," said Sanjit.

After doctors confirmed kidney failure, Sanjit moved to Bangalore to ensure timely treatment. Married just 2 years ago, he does not want to take any chance with his life. His family's survival dependant on him getting better. But his hope is wavering, as the doctors say that kidney transplant is the only option he has left. He has to arrange for funds before he can go to the hospital for a transplant that can save his life. 

A mother's unconditional love

Sanjit's 55-year-old mother who is willing to do whatever it takes has willingly offered to donate one of her kidney's to her son. Despite knowing the risks of having only one kidney at her age, Sanjit's mother is ready to take the plunge without paying any heed to the consequences.

"She's a brave woman, my mother. But it kills me to know that she too will have to undergo a painful surgery just to save me. How do I ever repay everything that she continues to do for me?" said Sanjit. 

A family of humble means

Sanjit and his brothers are daily wage labourers and barely make Rs 100 per day. The estimated cost of entire treatment is Rs 5 lakhs and with their meagre means, the family is finding it extremely difficult to arrange for the required funds. 

Sanjit with his wife and baby - who are both financially dependent on him

"We had mortgaged our house and whatever little land we had to fund my dialysis. But now we have absolutely nothing left. I don't want to die like this. I see my baby's face and want to do anything in power to make sure I survive, for him!", said Sanjit.  

How can you help?

Sanjit is young and has his entire life in front of him. He means the world to his 1-year-old baby. This kidney Transplant will help Sanjit to be there for his wife and baby.

Funds raised through this fundraiser will go towards Sanjit's Kidney Transplant procedure.

Supporting Documents 

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 organiser or the medical team.

Click here to help.