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Weʼre raising £3,000 to help fund a boy's medical operation abroad who has a ventricular septal defect (VSD)i.e hole in his heart.

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I visited my village in Rahim Yar Khan, Pakistan, and found out about a boy from a mourning yet hopeful father who requested me to provide him money for the operation of his son who's suffering from ventricular septal defect (VSD). He needs money to take his son abroad for an operation. Saving his life would be a blessing from God in the form of us supporting him live and sustain a healthy life. There are so many deprived children in my village missing on vital necessities such as good food, good health, clean water, good education and good sanitary facilitates. Your support would do a lot even if you donate only 1 pound of your earnings to encourage the boy that he would soon better and live a healthy life.

The money that is raised will be deposited into my uncles account in London and he will transfer it to me from there into my bank account in Pakistan, which will then be withdrawn and given to the boys father for his sons operation.

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      Ayesha Jawad

      Ayesha Jawad

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      Dear friends! I am a university student who is keen on helping children with medical defects so that they may also have a chance to be amongst the normal people and enjoy a healthy life and not feel left out.

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