Palestinian refugee Udai Shehabi has appealed to the Palestinian embassy, the international humanitarian institutions, and relief organizations in Istanbul to help him secure treatment fees before it is too late.
Udai expressed fears that his leg would be amputated if he does not receive proper treatment at the soonest possible time.
Udai got his leg broken at his workplace in Turkey. He underwent a surgery worth 120,000 Turkish liras. However, ten days later his health condition took a turn for the worse. He was rushed to a hospital after he fell into a coma. He underwent several surgeries and got metal plates implanted in his leg. He needs another urgent surgery.
Like thousands of cash-stripped Palestinian refugees, Udai fled Yarmouk Camp, in war-torn Syria, to Turkey to seek a better livelihood.