Thanks to some very generous donations we have recently secured weekly school placements for ten disabled children who attended the party that Nour, Safa and their friends organised in Arsal, Lebanon. The money will enable these youngsters to attend school for one day a week. They will be provided with transport to and from the camps where they live, and their time at school will consist of receiving a basic education an an opportunity to make new friends. The children are aged between six and thirteen years. Their disabilities include: cognitive impairment, speech impairment, autism, Hypoxia and Turner syndrome.
These are three of the children that Nour and Safa met today.
Ahmad is thirteen years old. He is the young man who asked his father if he could come regularly to the centre after attending the party last month. Ahmad has hypoxia and he is completely paralysed as a result.
Abeer is six years old. She has Turner syndrome . She experiences difficulty speaking, suffers from poor growth and heart problems and has an opening above her mouth.
Zaha is thirteen years old. She has cognitive retardation. She also has only one kidney.
With your help we now hope to start raising donations to cover a basic education for a further six months for these wonderfully resilient youngsters.
If anyone can help by making a donation we would be so very grateful. no amount is too small. Please use pay.rrym.uk and please write clearly disabled children as part of your message.
Thank you so much for your continued interest and support.