Urgent Fundraising – Muhammad Daiyan (Pneumonia)
The first cry of a newborn baby makes their parents happy because it shows that the baby is healthy. However, newborn boy Muhammad Daiyan bin Muhammad Aizuddin did not cry when he was born. Examination revealed that the baby had lungs infection and was suffering from pneumonia. He needs breathing aids and has to stay in the incubator in the intensive care unit for about two weeks. His medical expenses cost about RM40,000.
The newlyweds were looking forward to the arrival of their first child. However, their baby is facing health problems, which worried them a lot. At the same time, they are also worried about the huge amount of medical expenses. They hope that the public can assist them, and also hope that their baby can regain his health and grow up healthily.
【The father is away and works at sea. His mother has to handle the stress of dealing with their ill child alone. She decided to stay in the hospital so that she can continue to breastfeed her baby but the mother is exhausted both mentally and physically】
Baby boy Muhammad Daiyan from Kuala Kangsar was tested normal during her mother’s pregnancy check-ups. The mother only had some gynaecological problems that needed treatment but her condition was fine, so the newlywed couple were looking forward to the arrival of their first baby.
The baby boy was born on 16 February. As her mother met with a car accident before which resulted her pelvis to be narrowed and made the labour more difficult compared to the others. The baby also did not “wow” (cry) right after he was born. The fatigue mother was immediately told that her baby had lungs infection and needed special breathing aids to help him to breath. The baby was expected to stay in the intensive care unit for one to two weeks and can be discharged only after the bacteria is fully cleared.
The mother suffered severe bleeding after delivery, and she was discharged after a few days after the bleeding stopped. The couple could only be able to afford the childbirth cost of RM4,800, and they are unable to bear the estimated medical cost of RM40,000. They wanted to transfer the baby to a government hospital but failed as government hospitals are overcrowded now. Hence, the helpless parents approached One Hope Charity for help.
His 23-year-old mother Nur Umaira Bt Hasbi is a factory operator with a monthly salary RM1,200. His father, Aizzuddin bin Abdul Hadi, who is also 23, is a cleaning and catering staff on a gas tanker, earning RM4,000 a month. He will usually sailed for seven months before returning to the land.
As the husband is away and works at sea, the mother lives in her parents’ house. She also needs to pay for the house expenses and the schooling expenses of her younger siblings.
After reviewing the case, One Hope Charity decided to help baby Muhd Daiyan in raising the medical expenses. The family agreed to authorise One Hope Charity to take charge of the fundraising and collect donations from the well-wishers on their behalf.
Family agrees to allow ONE HOPE CHARITY to take charge of the fundraising and at the same time, accumulating the donations from the public. For enquiries, please contact our careline at 016-4192192 or 019-2322192.
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