A child who cannot experience the joy of running and the comforting warmth of the earth beneath their feet evokes a sense of emptiness…
Like a horizon without the vibrant beauty of birds and clouds—a metaphor for the challenges my daughter Zulekha faces daily.
She was diagnosed with Genetic Deformity of Lower Extremity.
She is too weak to walk.
And she might not even be able to walk forever.
Life with Zulekha is beautiful, her heart is so full of hope.
We are extremely poor, but I have never heard her complain about anything.
Her contentment is inspiring. Her smiles are contagious…
But I know that deep inside she is experiencing so much physical pain…
At times, I catch a glimpse in Zulekha’s eyes—a mix of envy and a yearning to join in the simple pleasures of walking and playing with her friends.
We were told by the doctors that there is no treatment for her condition…
Her condition is untreatable.
Pain management medication is the only option we have.
Unfortunately, we cannot afford it.
And we need your help to build a more beautiful, more convenient, and more comfortable life for my poor Zulekha.
Today, we seek your support—whether through donations, prayers, or spreading the word—to improve my daughter’s life. Let’s come together to provide her with a more comfortable and fulfilling existence.