Urgent Fundraising – Nur Aina Aralyn (Heart Disease)

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"When she was born, the medical staff told me her heart condition was complex and that she might not survive to adulthood, or even long enough to grow up. Now, watching her smile in my arms and wave her hands and feet vigorously, I am deeply grateful... I hope she can continue to grow up healthy like other children."

The baby girl was a true "blue baby" from birth. Whenever she cried, lay on her stomach, took too long to nurse, or even when the bath water turned cold, her lips, fingers, and toes would turn blue, and her little face would become pale. Listening to her unsteady breathing and heartbeat, her parents felt helpless. Their financial situation is strained, and they cannot afford the RM 90,000 needed for her surgery.

【The baby girl's heart vessels are continually narrowing, and she needs a single surgery as soon as possible to treat her heart defects and vessels】

Nur Aina Aralyn binti Yazid, from Kampung Sungai Kubu, Selangor, was diagnosed with a complex heart condition while still in the womb. Her mother, Nor Atiqah binti Sujak (33), visited at least four government hospitals for detailed check-ups. After birth, Nur Aina had to stay in the neonatal intensive care unit for nearly a month for observation and treatment.

Initially, the parents were informed that their daughter's condition was stable, but within two days, her oxygen levels dropped sharply, requiring intubation. Nur Aina was diagnosed with Total Anomalous Pulmonary Venous Drainage (TAPVD) and a hole in her heart. She was transferred to another hospital and underwent her first heart surgery when she was just a month old.

At a follow-up appointment in March, doctors indicated that her heart vessels were narrowing and she needed surgery within 1-2 months to save her life. Originally planned to require three separate surgeries, Nur Aina's condition now necessitates a combined procedure, including a heart catheterization, Glenn Shunt surgery, and adjustment of TAPVD, costing RM 90,000.

Her father, Yazid bin Anuar (38), works as a site supervisor in a local plantation with a net salary of RM 1,580 per month, while her mother, Nor Atiqah, who used to work in the same plantation, left her job during pregnancy to care for her health. She now helps her sister run a small food stall and bakes pastries, earning up to RM 1,200 a month. They also have a five-year-old daughter.

The family’s monthly expenses for transportation, milk powder, diapers, living costs, utilities, and other miscellaneous fees total around RM 2,000. Their limited savings are spent on travel and accommodation costs for frequent trips between their home and Kuala Lumpur, forcing them to seek public assistance to ensure their daughter receives the necessary surgery in time.

After a home visit and assessment, ONE HOPE CHARITY has decided to help the family raise the RM 90,000 needed for the surgery. The family has agreed to entrust the fundraising campaign entirely to ONE HOPE CHARITY, which will also manage the donations. This case will receive RM 10,000 from the "Emergency Medical Reserve Fund." For any inquiries, please contact our hotline at 04-539 9212, 016-4192 192, 019-2322 192, or 018-911 4192.

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