This week for SEMA was not an ordinary one at all. Thanks to your support, we handed over 25 wheelchairs to children with special needs, his life turned into a palette full of color and life after they were deprived of their normal lives for years, and their joy certainly passed to their parents.
Thank you for your donations to this campaign. With every chair we hand over to a child, we ask Allah for reward you for your generosity. Our joy with the children and their families cannot be matched by mere thanks. We are really grateful and happy for your response.
Unfortunately, the list of children with special needs is still long; we hope that your continued support will allow us to provide more wheelchairs for them.
The child, Ola, receives a Chair of Hope and begins her journey to the future with firm and determined steps. Her overwhelming feelings of joy and freedom are indescribable as she can now enroll in the school and move freely. From today, Ola can lead her independent life.
The Chair of Hope has given them unlimited options to move around, and it has brought them out of their isolation into a wider world, thanks to your support and belief in their right to equal opportunity to play, live and learn like their peers.
We would like to thank you for your contribution, which provided wheelchairs for dozens of children with disabilities in northern Syria.
Unfortunately, the waiting list is still long, and there are many children waiting to receive chairs of hope. Let's make their dreams come true.
Ahmad’s mother says that her son was born with hearing loss, which accompanied the child during his early years until she learned about the Aamal Center for Child Protection. Then, the child was registered and followed up by one of the center’s case managers, and a solid plan was developed to enable him to discover sounds and distinguish them in preparation for pronunciation. We have secured a hearing aid for the child, and with the cooperation from the parents' side with the trainers, we could save a lot of time. Thus, after a short period of time, Ahmad was able to form groups of words, start pronunciation, and enjoy the sense of hearing.
We thank you for your inspiring donation and we look forward to reaching and rehabilitating more children.
The child-friendly protection center in Azaz, Aleppo held a celebration in solidarity with the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, with the participation of a number of children with special needs in northern Syria.
The event included the implementation of several interactive activities in support of the child and the publication of a number of panels bearing silent messages about the importance of integrating and encouraging this category.
This activity is part of a broader vision, especially with regard to persons with disabilities, as SEMA gives them priority in accessing services and works on securing wheelchairs for children with special needs.
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