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    Weʼve raised £20 to save a life. Fatin (12) fighting for life with dis-functional kidneys. He requires kidney transplant. please! please!! donate generously.

    Keighley, United Kingdom
    Funded on Saturday, 12th May 2018

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    Fatin is a 12 year old boy in Bangladesh with both of his kidneys are dis-functional. He has been fighting for his life since last 5 years. He has been going through Dialysis since he was diagnosed with kidney failure. His parent and his only younger sister are taking care of him. Financially his parent has come to situation where they are unable to provide for his treatment and pay for his transplant. A donor has been found and with your generous donation we can help to save his life. Please! Please!! donate generously.

    Thank you very much.



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        Jan 13, 2018

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      Mohammed Miah

      Mohammed Miah

      Keighley, United Kingdom

      I am Fatin's father's (Abul Hasnat) cousin and a very close friend. We grew up and studied together. I have moved to UK in 1995 and Abul has established a furniture business in Sylhet Bangladesh. I have been supporting Abul financially as much as possible to provide for his treat

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