Here is the latest report and VIDEO from the special-needs class in Lebanon, produced by our friend Nour. Enjoy!

The special needs class students are thriving and are feeling over the moon. As the respite center,Dar Al Amal remains their sanctuary amidst the numerous challenging conditions in Lebanon. It is the only place where everyone can come together to learn, enjoy, practice, and rest. As you can see from THE VIDEO, the children’s growth and the smiles on their faces speak volumes about the success we’ve achieved through our dedicated efforts with each one of them. Last month, with Tara’s invaluable help, we introduced bubble dancing classes. The children were incredibly happy and active, and it was a joy to witness. I was particularly delighted to see Zaha pronouncing new words for the first time. When she first joined us she was very shy and had many difficulties with pronunciation. This progress is mirrored across all our students, showing that our hard work is indeed bearing fruit. We are immensely proud of each child’s progress and are committed to continuing this journey of growth and joy with them.

We would like to thank Refugee Relief Ynys Mon and their supporters for enabling us to draw so many smiles on the poor children’s faces. Please continue to donate and support us to keep this class going. No amount is considered too small.

To make a donation you can use the link where you will find several payment options. Or for bank transfer it’s NatWest Bank, account name Refugee Relief Ynys Mon,  Account number: 71053743, Sort code: 51-61-14.

Thanks for taking the time to read this report. in a time where donations are increasingly hard to come by, would you please consider helping to make the difference that will enable us to safeguard  the longevity of this very important project? If you can’t donate, maybe you would consider sharing this post.

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