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Syrian schools have been destroyed by bombs
A new bagpack, a pencil case, coloured notebooks and paints – are you already preparing the school set for your child? The children in the refugee camps would like to go to their school, however, the bombs have destroyed it. Polish Medical Mission supports mothers and children who will be even more vulnerable without our help.
Polish Medical Mission is currently conducting activities in Lebanon and Iraqi Kurdistan. Our help is mainly targeted at women and children who constitute the largest group of those in need. There is over-population and bad hygienic conditions in the camp. Access to clean water and toilets is limited. Children do not attend school.
A new school year is starting and with it there appear new hopes and plans that we have in our children. We also teach them sensitivity for the needs of the others. Let us show them that there are children in the world who cannot go to school because it has been destroyed by war and who need our support.
How to help? Just enter the website www.pmm.org.pl, choose one of the school and hygienic packets for mothers and babies in the camps in the Middle East and finance its purchase. This packet consists of crayons, notebooks, hygiene measures, soap – daily products for us, luxurious ones - for many residents of the camps. Crayons and notebooks are a small part of what school set equipment of the Polish kid includes. However, we hope that they will give children in the camps a substitute of normality.
We have already bought and delivered the first packets to mothers and small children in the refugee camps in Lebanon and Iraqi Kurdistan. We were able to do this thanks to people who have bought the sets during our action on the occasion of Mother's Day - thank you for each, even the smallest help.
Help with us!
More information at the website: www.pmm.org.pl
If you have any questions and suggestions, I am at your disposal.
PR Specialist of the Polish Medical Mission
tel: 606 40 74 74