Dewan Ashfaqur Rahman, A 38 year old young BUET Graduate and SAVP of Midland Bank is suffering from Bone Cancer in Spinal Cord area. He is the only son of his parents and his father passed away long ago. Ashfaq has a beautiful family like many of us but his fate deceived him this time. With a 5 year old daughter he is left with nothing but a life-taking disease which put him into a question whether he can live enough to see his daughter growing in front of him. Upon diagnosis of the disease, he went to Bangkok and spent 15 lac baht (BDT 70 lacs) on his treatment. He had to sell his valuable belongings/assets to manage this fund. He is back in Bangladesh now and diagnosed to be in 4th stage of cancer. He needs another 3 chemo therapies and an expensive diagnosis test to give him hope to live further. He needs 5 lacs taka (USD 6000) for that. His wife told me that they are finding it difficult now to even continue their daughter’s education and living expense.
If you are a father or a wife, you can understand the pain and emotional breakdown this family is going through. The 5-year child has no fault and should not lose her father at such an early age.
Therefore we request you to kindly come forward as a responsible and kind human being to help this family within your capacity. Any contribution is welcome and will light some hope for him to sustain breath.
How to Donate?
We want to make sure that we can accumulate a handsome fund and hand it over to his wife. Therefore you can donate by 3 options irrespective of your location in this planet.
Please do not delay. His chemo therapy is due soon and he has only 37000 taka(USD 500) in his account.
JIBIKA could raise 385,000 taka and helped him continue his treatment. He is better than before. However, misfortune stroke and his 6 year old daughter has been diagnosed with leukaemia (blood cancer) and is being treated in Calcutta. They need more money to save the child. If you want to help them please DONATE HERE or send money directly to their bank account mentioned above.
Here is Dewan’s latest report.