Support for the Most Vulnerable Syrian Children

by SEMA INSANI VE TIBBI YARDIM DERNEGI
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Support for the Most Vulnerable Syrian Children
Support for the Most Vulnerable Syrian Children
Support for the Most Vulnerable Syrian Children
Support for the Most Vulnerable Syrian Children
Support for the Most Vulnerable Syrian Children
Support for the Most Vulnerable Syrian Children
Support for the Most Vulnerable Syrian Children
Support for the Most Vulnerable Syrian Children
Support for the Most Vulnerable Syrian Children
Support for the Most Vulnerable Syrian Children
Support for the Most Vulnerable Syrian Children
Support for the Most Vulnerable Syrian Children
Support for the Most Vulnerable Syrian Children
Support for the Most Vulnerable Syrian Children
Support for the Most Vulnerable Syrian Children

This happiness that appears on the face of the child Muhammad, who was isolated due to a weak sense of hearing and speech, is only because of your donations that made Muhammad get a digital hearing aid he now able to start communicate with his friends again.

Watch the story of the child Muhammed:

https://youtu.be/rRmDW_oR1yw

Muhammad also received speech rehabilitation sessions and his life began to become completely normal!

Hundreds of children in northern Syria suffer from hearing impairments and loss like Muhammad, your support and donation of any amount for those children will help us to make their lives better.

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Thanks for improving deaf children's life!

It is hard to express how great and valuable your impact was. Watch this video to see the happy moments and the enormous change that you made in the life of deaf children in northern Syria after they were provided recently with 72 hearing aids.

https://youtu.be/oj0M66IRUqI

Those children will be able now to go to school, play and integrate with others for the first time in their life, thanks to you.

We call upon you to continue this great achievement and to change and improve the life of dozens of children and their families.

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We are glad to share with you these happy moments of Layla's life through this video as she entirely changed thanks to the intervention of SEMA's protection teams:

https://youtu.be/o0KFmw-cqYs

The change in the life of Layla and her family started when the Protection team met and registered her in their field tours. The team observed the harsh circumstances in which she lives due to negligence, violence and child labor.

Layla was immediately referred to Alamal Center to attend group and individual psycho-social support sessions. Her father was provided with a stall for selling clothes to support the family's livelihood.

Thank you for supporting this campaign. Every donation makes a difference in a child's life, especially those with disabilities, through psychosocial support, hearing aids or wheelchairs, which help them integrate into their society.

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Your donations brought hope to 72 children with hearing loss in north of Syria. Last week, the Protection team of Aamal Center in Al-Bab city fitted 54 hearing aids for children in the center while other 16 hearing aids were provided in Aamal Center located in Sharran community. In addition, two hearing aids were provided in Al-Noor Center in Shammarin.

Your support has given hope and substantially changed the life of more than 500 children for two years so far.

Every new donation to this campaign means that we can reach more children to break their isolation and integrate them into society and life.

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Your donation has actually changed the life of dozens of children and made them completely new children capable of moving and leading their independent lives. Thanks to your contribution, dozens of children in north of Syria received wheelchairs and managed to join many social activities like "Eid Joy" in our centers. This was only possible with your support and generosity.

We would like to share with you these photos and offer you heartfelt thanks on behalf of every child who was born again.

We, in SEMA, give considerable focus on people with disabilities, and through this campaign we could deliver more than 200 wheelchairs to children, and provide psychosocial support to them through different activities that aim to re-integrate them into society.

The campaign is ongoing to reach more children and give them wheelchairs. Remember that your donation will give hope back to the life of a disabled child and his/her family. Unfortunately, the waiting list is still long, and only through your support we can help them.

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SEMA INSANI VE TIBBI YARDIM DERNEGI

Location: Gaziantep - Turkey
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Project Leader:
Baraa AlSharbaji
Gaziantep, Turkey
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