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Children with Thalassemia

Thalassemia is a blood disorder, affecting roughly 1 in 100,000 people

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THALASSEMIA IS A BLOOD DISORDER THAT AFFECTS ROUGHLY ONE IN 100,000 PEOPLE AROUND THE WORLD, SLOWLY STARVING THE INDIVIDUAL OF OXYGEN 

 It is a heredity condition that causes young children to appear pale and low in energy. Without treatment, the children who suffer from thalassemia will be lucky to reach the age of five.

Many children living in poverty lack access to life-saving treatment and are forced to face already inhumane conditions in ill health. Their lives are cruelly snatched away before ever truly being given a chance to begin – that has got to change. We simply cannot stand by and allow this to happen any longer.

With blood transfusions, however, these children can have a relatively normal childhood and can expect to live a long life into adulthood. We have a solution to this problem now, so why wait?

Celebrities host fundraiser to support children living with thalassemia


SAVE A CHILD'S LIFE WITH UK ISLAMIC MISSION'S THALASSEMIA PROGRAMME
DONATE TODAY AND MAKE A DIFFERENCE

£17 per month

(£200 a year) You can fund a healthy blood transfusion

£42 Per Month

(£500 a year) You can fund a complete treatment

Location

Pakistan

You Will Provide

Blood transfusions, medicines, therapy, educational and social rehabilitation to better help a child to become a productive and confident member of their community and society

You Will Receive

Updates about how your kind donation has helped to transform the lives of children living with thalassemia

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Thalassemia is a blood disorder, affecting roughly 1 in 100,000 people

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