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Eight-month-old Bilal is the only child to Hafiz and Asmeen who live in Uttar Pradesh. Around four months ago, Bilal got diagnosed with pneumonia so they consulted a local doctor. He was given medication, but even with this the fever did not subside. They were referred to Aligarh Muslim University Hospital, where an Echo was conducted. This showed that Bilal had a hole in between the lower chamber of his heart – commonly known as a Ventricular Septal Defect (VSD). Once again they were referred to another hospital for further treatment – Max Hospital, in Delhi. Fortunately, when he was examined in Delhi they found that the hole had good circumference, so he did not require an open-heart surgery and it could be closed with the help of a device in a Cath Lab. The surgery has already been done, and this case has been supported by our CSR partner – Assets Care & Reconstruction Enterprise Ltd. With thanks to their support, we were able to take the burden off the parents as they could not afford surgery. Hafiz is a labourer who earns Rs 5000 per month, it’s been a struggle for him as a sole earning member to even work due to running around hospitals trying to get his son treatment. His dreams are just for his son to get better, and to do his best as a father to educate him through school and ensure he is a good person. We are happy we have been able to be part of this journey with the family.

Rida Fathima

Rida Fathima, six months old from Kerala, is suffering from a heart disorder and requires a Total Anomalous Pulmonary Venous Connection repair (TAPVC) at Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences, in Kochi. His mother Suhadha stays at home and looks after the three children she has with Abdul Razak, who is a daily wage labourer in a factory. He earns Rs 7000 per month and cannot afford the surgery. They have reached out to us for financial support, and we are committed in doing so, giving Rida a chance to live.


Daksh, a one year old boy from Mumbai has been suffering from a congenital heart disorder. He required urgent surgical closure, however the family could not afford the surgery as his father Suhash Yadav earns Rs 6500 per month with which he struggles to make ends meet within his family and daily needs. He has been suffering from an Atrial Septal Defect, and has now been operated on at Fortis Hospital, Mulund and is now recovering in the comforts of his home.


Mehabin, two years old from Kerala requires a tetralogy of fallot correction at Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences, in Kochi. Mehabin has two siblings, and her father Muhammed Mustafa is a teacher and earns Rs 5000 per month. Every day is a struggle for them, we have committed ourselves in taking away the financial stresses of surgery from them and saving yet another little ones beating heart.


Arohi, a one year old baby girl from Mumbai requires a surgical closure of a Ventricular Septal Defect at SRCC NH Hospital in Mumbai. Her father Anil is a labourer who brings home Rs 8500 per month and cannot afford the high costs of surgery. We are committed in supporting her surgery with the hope to continue saving many, many more little hearts.