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Rabia was a 14-year-old girl who was diagnosed with diabetes. Her family was poor, and they could not afford her medical expenses. Caritas Pakistan provided her with free medical care, including regular check-ups, medication, and insulin injections. As a result, Rabia’s condition improved, and she was able to continue her studies.
Naeem was a 45-year-old man who suffered from severe back pain due to a workplace injury. He was unable to work and support his family, and his condition was deteriorating. Caritas Pakistan provided him with physiotherapy and medication, and after a few months, he was able to return to work and support his family again.
Asma was a young girl who was diagnosed with thalassemia, a genetic blood disorder. Her family could not afford her treatment, which required frequent blood transfusions. Caritas Pakistan provided her with free blood transfusions and medication, and her condition stabilized. She was able to attend school and lead a normal life.
Bashir was a 60-year-old man who suffered from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). He was unable to afford his medication and was constantly struggling to breathe. Caritas Pakistan provided him with free medication and oxygen therapy, and his condition improved. He was able to return to his job as a laborer and support his family.