We seek to make protection services available for 200 of the most vulnerable children in Syria, by providing the following services: fitting hearing aids for children who suffer from partial or total hearing loss, speech teaching sessions, providing children of physical disabilities with wheelchairs, psychosocial support sessions and conducting events and recreational activities for moral support.
Children were the most affected group by the war in Syria, and hundreds of them became disabled after receiving injury, which deprived them of their right to practice a normal life, live their childhood and complete their education. Further, additional burden was placed on their parents given their inability to treat their children in light of the difficult economic and living conditions, which they are currently experiencing.
SEMA, through the Child Protection Teams, track the cases of injured and disabled children through the Aamal Centers which are spread in Al-Bab, Azaz, Sharran and Idleb in Northwest Syria. The teams also provide those children with psychosocial support and treatment, so that they can normally continue their lives. SEMA has fitted more than 200 hearing aids for children suffering from total or partial hearing loss. Also, SEMA has provided more than 50 wheelchairs for children with disability.
Through this campaign, we seek to make protection services available for 200 children, by providing the following services: 1. Fitting hearing aids for children who suffer from partial or total hearing loss. 2. Speech teaching sessions. 3. Providing children of physical disabilities with wheelchairs. 4. Psychosocial support sessions. 5. Conducting events and recreational activities for moral support.