Kilis Bizim Dergi
Benim Hikayem

THEY CAN WALK NOW-SMILES ON THEIR FACES


His name is Ahmed.
 
Was living in Aleppo.
 
He was under treatment at IBC –Malteser hospital in Kilis
 
At the day he lost his leg was running to the market to get food.Suddenly he heard a voice of a 
 
warplane.Ant thne he was on the ground without his leg.
 
His cousine accompanying him already died with a shell art on his throat.
 
Ahmed lost his leg but he is alive.His cousine is in the heaven now.
 
He was the most smiling and positive child in IBC –Malteser hospital 
 
When they brought him to the hospital he was in coma and we managed to save his live through  intensive treatment 
 
Now he has legs and can walk His smile is bigger and shining.
International Blue Crescent in cooperation with WONNAM Company from South Korea and the Saudi donors managed to provide protheses to 81 war victims lost their hands and legs 
 
They can walk now and eat using their prothesis hands 
 
They smile now... 
 
International Blue Crescent is campaigning to provide protheses for more than one thousand war victims fled to Turkey or live in North Syria ,
 
Measurement for eight war victims will get protheses is completed and they will get their protheses in August 
We are struggling to secure more funds since the prothesis campaign is expensive and costly anda re optimistic fort hat..
We believe that their smiles and desire for life will help a peaceful future fort his war thorn country 
International Blue Crescent is campaigning to provide protheses for more than one thousand war victims fled to Turkey or live in North Syria ,
 
Measurement for eight war victims will get protheses is completed and they will get their protheses in August .
We are struggling to secure more funds since the prothesis campaign is expensive and costly anda re optimistic fort hat..
We believe that their smiles and desire for life will help a peaceful future fort his war thorn country 


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