Muhammad Shees, a 1 year old soul is battling the challenging genetic disorder of hemophilia. Shees’ journey began when he was just nine months old. Shockingly, bruises and blue marks appeared on his delicate skin, leading to a series of medical tests. The diagnosis was devastating: hemophilia, a condition that makes even the smallest injury life-threatening.
Ever since, M. Shees’ mother, Hafsa and her husband have been fighting against time to provide him with the life-saving treatment he desperately needs. Every time the little boy falls and hurts himself, his parents rush him to the area’s nearby hospital, praying that it would be enough and their child will survive. But as Muhammad Shees is growing older, the severity of his condition is becoming more apparent, and the lack of access to appropriate treatment is becoming alarming for the little soul. The little boy’s life became a delicate balance between the ordinary joys of childhood and the overwhelming fear that every parent dreads.
His laughter continued to ring through the air, but every fall, every stumble, brought with it a sense of urgency. The parents became the guardians of their child’s safety and well-being, always praying that the next injury would not be the one to steal their child away.
Muhammad Shees requires a lifetime treatment for his survival. His parents struggle to meet the exorbitant expenses for their child’s treatment on their modest income of 125$ (35,000 PKR).
They have been forced to take loans, leaving them burdened with debt and overwhelmed with worry. Muhammad Shees monthly treatment costs $584 USD and yearly treatment is $7020 USD. Every penny donated for Muhammad Shees paves a way for him to live a normal life, a life he deserves.