CDRS has been supporting Zillehuma for the last 10 years when CDRS Founder Todd Shea met Zillehuma at a school for differently abled citizens in Islamabad. From the moment Todd met Zillehuma, his heart was taken by her beautiful smile and singing. She suffers from a rare form of Ceberal Palsy which has affected Zillehuma’s neuromuscular system from birth, but fortunately her brain is completely normal.
Despite the many challenges Zillehuma has had to face, she is very strong and determined to succeed. CDRS has supported her over the years with education, music lessons, marriage expenses and daily home health nursing support. We’ve watched Zillehuma grow from a young student to a wonderful wife and mother of two children. Zillehuma recently moved to Karachi and CDRS is supporting her new business venture to create a personal line of Ludo (Parcheesi) games which she has designed and colors herself (See photos below). If you are interested to support Zillehuma or order one of her Ludo games, please write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.