**RM10,000 has been channelled from the “Emergency Medical Reserve Fund”. Hence, One Hope Charity will only launch a fundraising of RM100,000 for this case.**
Muhammad Aisy Anaqi, a nearly 2-year-old from Butterworth, Penang, and Syafi Harraz, a 1-year-old from Batu Pahat, Johor, both began experiencing symptoms such as wheezing and rapid breathing a few months after birth. Medical examinations revealed that both children are suffering from congenital heart disease.
Muhd Aisy relies on oxygen assistance in the hospital and cannot be discharged without surgery. On the other hand, Syafi Harraz has a hole in his heart that cannot close on its own, leading to the risk of asthma. The lives of both children are threatened. The parents only hope for their children to grow up safely and healthy, seeking a total of RM 110,000 for the surgical expenses for both children.
【Case 1: The boy has been active and energetic for the past two years. However, to the shock of his parents, he suddenly turned blue and experienced oxygen deficiency throughout his entire body in just one week. Upon examination, it was revealed that the child urgently requires surgery; otherwise, his life is at risk】
Muhammad Aisy Anaqi Bin Muhammad Asyrof, an 1-year-8-month-old boy, experienced a normal pregnancy and birth process. However, on the fifth day after birth, he was admitted to the hospital due to elevated jaundice levels. Doctors detected a heart murmur. Further examinations revealed two heart defects and narrowing of the heart vessels. Surgery is deemed necessary but can only be performed when the child reaches a weight of 15 kilograms.
On November 4th, the boy suddenly exhibited symptoms such as wheezing, purple lips, and nail discoloration. His parents rushed him to the hospital, where his blood oxygen saturation (SPO2) plummeted to 30, dropping to 15 during crying spells, accompanied by overall cyanosis. Currently, he relies on oxygen assistance in the hospital, and doctors have indicated that without surgery, discharge is not possible.
Due to the urgency of the situation, the child was referred to a specialized hospital where doctors confirmed ventricular septal defect (VSD), atrial septal defect (ASD), and pulmonary artery stenosis (PS Stenosis). Immediate surgery is imperative to prevent organ failure.
The father, Muhammad Asyrof Bin Mohd Zaki (28 years old), works as a technician with a monthly income, including overtime, of approximately RM 2700. The mother, Siti Nur Liyana Binti Saad (24 years old), was a factory operator before becoming a full-time caregiver for their only child. Lacking the financial means to cover the surgical expenses, they seek assistance.
【Case 2: A 1-year-old boy has a hole in his heart, and the opening shows no signs of closing on its own. Additionally, there are indications of enlargement, necessitating urgent surgery】
The family joyfully welcomed the arrival of Syafi Harraz bin Syafizul Syaaban. However, a few months after returning home, he was hospitalized due to a bacterial infection. Upon examination, it was discovered that he has a hole in his heart. Initially, there was hope that the hole would close naturally as he grew, but now, at nearly 14 months old, not only has the hole not closed, but there are signs of enlargement, affecting his growth.
Syafi Harraz weighed 3.7 kilograms at birth. However, due to medication and heart issues, he became a picky eater, resulting in a smaller size compared to children of the same age. He cannot consume too much water, as there is a concern it might flow into his lungs.
"He has started learning to walk now, and he is lively and active. However, he easily gets tired, sweats a lot, and often experiences cold hands and feet with rapid breathing."
The father, Syafizul Syaaban bin Dzali (29 years old), works as a factory worker with a monthly salary of RM 2300. The mother, Norhidayana bt Mohd Lani, is a housewife. The couple also cares for their 3-year-old daughter and the children's 76-year-old grandfather. Unable to afford the surgery costs for their child, they are seeking assistance.
After consideration, ONE HOPE CHARITY has decided to assist in fundraising for the necessary medical expenses. The family has agreed to entrust the fundraising activities to the charity, which will collect the donations. For any inquiries, you can contact hotline at 04-539 9212, 016-4192 192, 019-2322 192, 018-911 4192.