We will be all our lives in debt for LFT's because they gave us the gift of hope. Handicap Children of Lebanon - 90 Handicapped Children of Lebanon asking for help - LFT Donors it costs GBP 30.00 per child per month only
After the July 2006 war in South Lebanon, LFT Lebanon launched a project to assist physically and mentally disabled children in this part of the country. Currently, there are more than 400 known cases of childhood disability in the Nabatiyeh area alone, with causes ranging from war injuries to various diseases. Most of these children come from the most vulnerable strata of Lebanese society. Their families live in poor and disadvantaged areas. Many families have lost their original homes and / or their source of income during the July war and are unable to pay the cost of the rehabilitative services their children need. These 400 children are only the tip of the iceberg. In a society where disability is still severely stigmatized, countless families do not dare to come forward. Others assume that they won’t be able to pay for treatment anyways and consider it useless to apply. Many children are only temporarily disabled and would regain their health with proper care, but will become permanently disabled without it.
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"DESTITUTION DRIVES SYRIAN REFUGEE ORPHANS TO WORK"
“Uprooted from their homes, their families and the cocoon of security the youth of Syria flee to safety across the border only to find the harsh reality of displacement is not only traumatizing but the light at the end of the tunnel is not in sight, disheartened and in need of a reason for hope”.
"I HAVE THE RIGHT TO LEARN" - "I HAVE THE RIGHT TO PLAY"
"The incessant two and a half years of war leaves families profoundly poorer and destitute... As the conflict in Syria exacerbates, more and more children are losing everything. Over a million children (and multiplying daily), frequently in order to continue surviving with the high cost of living children have to work a matter that affects them psychologically. They need all the support we can give them, individually and as a group these children have experienced the unimaginably and are now left with nothing. The 500,000 registered Syrian refugee children; only about 100,000 attend school. With little or no food, healthcare and a home, these children are left vulnerable and uncared for. In addition to the physical stress and trauma of leaving home, often in perilous circumstances, refugee children must almost confront the threats from child labour, early marriage and the potential for sexual exploitation and trafficking.
"Sewing Factory, inspires budding young generation to acquire a profession" 'Syrian refugees lack food, water to survive each and every day' - Red Cross, RT.com
LFT Donors donate generously towards this project so that we generate income and feed Syrian refugees
Alhumdulila Commencement of the sewing workshop project benefits six families, one lady and five men by earning a salary they are able to support their families. The five men are tailors by profession who fled from Syria. The lady is not a qualified tailor; she worked from home with her own sewing machine altering clothes, she needs to support a sick husband and 4 children. Manessa employed her as a trainee in the sewing workshop to gain skills and to support her family. An apt conscientious worker, she was delighted to take USD 200.00 per month and content with this regular monthly income.
Disheartened father diagnosed with Life-threatening Brain Tumour
Manessa through the kind support of Lady Fatemah Trust (LFT) is seeking to raise funds for Abdel Kader
Abdel Qader Burhan was born in Zabadani leading an Idyllic family life. The city of Zabadani is in the center of a mountainous green valley in beautiful surrounding of southwestern Syria close to the border with Lebanon then………heartbreak loomed Abdel’s youngest son Iyad disappeared and eldest son Khalil passes away in Ramadhan 2013. With a twofold tragedy Abdel plunged into depression, the family is still unaware of Iyad’s whereabouts for the past four months, or even if he is still alive. Disheartened Abdel moved to Lebanon in July 2013 but there was not be any respite, Abdel was then diagnosed with a tumour of brain. Urgently admitted to the American University of Beirut Hospital, he has undergone surgery to remove the tumour. Details are in the medical report.
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