While playing, a young boy studying in a Madarsa, accidentally came in touch with live wire and sustained 50% burns. He was successfully treated at the Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery Department of Osmania General Hospital with support extended by our volunteers. The same treatment in a corporate hospital would have cost Rs 5 lacs and more but we ensured not a single rupee was spent by the poor boy’s family in this case.
An 18-month-old suffered endless pain with congenital Lymphangioma and had to undergo a Major Excision Surgery at Rainbow Hospitals followed by medical management. Helping Hand Foundation supported the child's case with Rs 3 lac.
A 4-year-old boy was suffering from bilateral retinoblastoma and had to undergo surgical excision at a private eye hospital for which Helping Hand Foundation paid Rs 1.5 lac.
10yr old patient – was suffering from Hydrocephalus (fluid formed in the brain). Father is an auto driver. They first approached us at our Community Health Center. She was admitted into Osmania Hospital and after investigation doctor included that she urgently required surgery. HHF arranged a VP Shunt from Niloufer Hospital and two volunteers stayed with the patient until her surgery. The surgery was successful and the patient is now recovering.
A 27yr old unmarried man met with a road accident. He underwent Total Hip Replacement of the left side at a Private Hospital in his village, which was unsuccessful. The hospital asked for 2 Lakhs to rectify a problem they created. After hearing about HHF he visited Hyderabad. HHF directed him towards NIMS, where he was successfully operated. HHF also sponsored his entire expenditure.
Patient Mr. Hanmanthu is from Heerapur Village, Adilabad who met with an accident and lost both of his legs. He is the only earning member of his family and he is a daily wage labourer.
Presently, he is undergoing treatment in RIMS, Adilabad. I on behalf of my friends donated Rs 15016 towards his medical expenses. In this regard, we requested HHF to explore the possibilities of providing a wheel chair for him at the earliest. And instantly HHF approved for the wheel chair. Patient is now in recovery mode, making best use of his new wheel chair.
Imroze Alam, 20 year old student from Odisha, suffered Traumatic Optic Neuropathy as a result of a bike accident. The trauma caused total blindness in both of his eyes. He was referred to L.V Prasad and then to Akbar Eye Institute where they said that he has 1% chance of recovering.
After undergoing Bilateral Optic Nerve Decompression by Dr. Syed Ameer Basha at Care Hospital, his vision has been restored by up to 50%. HHF supported him with Rs 1.7 Lakhs for the operation. He is now on medication which are gradually improving his eye sight.