Syrian Children’s Silent Crisis: Disability

$ 134


$ 4,947

Adapting a school with wheelchair facilities

$ 141

Diabetic treatment
(insulin for a year)

$ 71

School psycological support programs (per child a year)

More than 5.3 million children in Syria need humanitarian assistance; close to half of these children have been displaced and many of their families have lost everything

People with disabilities are often ignored in projects due to the lack of programs that cater to their needs. We have put together a number of programs that specifically target the needs of the children we look after under our 11 schools.

At Human Care Syria and our working partners WATAN foundation we facilitate the running of 14 schools. You can assist us in adapting our schools to be wheelchair accessible. Each schools full adaptation costs £3,500. You can also uplift a child’s quality of life by providing a wheelchair.

Children’s diabetes is also prevalent, you can assist in providing a child with monthly supplies of insulin as well as check ups for £100 a year.

 We also train teachers on how to effectively teach who suffer with trauma as encorporating music and art therapy as well as councelling into our school curreculum. we have an approximate total of 1000 children between our 14 schools directly suffering from anxiety, post traumatic stress and depresion. Assisting us in establishing a routine through school and recreational activities is the best way we can begin to emotionally heal these children.

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