Medical Progress report of Sister Jana El-ZEIN (An Orphan Girl from South Lebanon) LFT had brought smile on her face
Jana El-Zein is a 13 years orphan girl living in a very poor family (7 members) in South Lebanon. In addition to its bad socio-economic, this family has no health or social insurance. Jana has auditory problems since her childhood. She was diagnosed by an auditory specialist to have 50% hear loss, thus needing bilateral ears’ prosthesis. Lady Fatemah Trust (LFT) association afforded her with these hearing aids, enabling her to pursue her special education classes at Imam Sadr Foundation (4th preparatory class) in a better way and to enhance her learning capacities. Furthermore, Jana has now 80% positive auditory capacities with this device and her life has changed towards a better world of communication and interaction with her environment.
Prevocational Class Program Sponsored by The Lady Fatemah Charitable Trust at Atfaluna Society for Deaf Children
Progress Report for the period from September to November 2012
About the Prevocational Class Program:
The pre-vocational education program aims at integrating the deaf students in the society, building their capacities, strengthening their skills and increasing job opportunities for them through enrolling the students in different pre-vocational classes such as embroidery, sewing, carpentry, wood painting, and pottery production classes. After the completion of the program, ASDC will assist the deaf graduates to have job opportunities within its income generating programs or in the community which will greatly contribute to the improvement of the economic and social situation of those young men and women as well as enhancing their self-esteem.
Success Story of Sister Sa'ada Sheeaber Sponsored by The Lady Fatemah Charitable Trust student at Atfaluna Society for Deaf Children
Sa’ada the fifteenth year-old young lady has proved to be a symbol of strong will; she has not only started to defeat her disability but also the wrong stereotypes of her surrounding environment, that consider a deaf person a heavy burden. Sa’ada lives within a very modest family; she has seven siblings. The social surroundings constitute an obstacle in accepting Sa’ada’s deafness. When Sa’ada’s family knew about her deafness, they did not accept it, but with the consultancy provide to the family by ASDC, they became more supportive to Sa’ada and her deaf sister.
Success Story of Brother Adham Aldardaswy Sponsored by The Lady Fatemah Charitable Trust student at Atfaluna Society for Deaf Children
Adham is a young man who strongly strives to challenge his deafness and create a real difference in his life. Adham is nineteen years old, beside deafness he suffers from Asher Down Syndrome and severe problems in his sight that stood against him in making a progress in regular educational classes. However, Adham has a strong will to develop himself and enhance his self-esteem.
MEDICO-SOCIAL SERVICES AT IMAM SADR FOUNDATION COMMUNITY-BASED ORGANISATION - TYR (South-Lebanon) - JUNE 2012 MEDICO-SOCIAL SERVICES AT IMAM SADR FOUNDATION COMMUNITY-BASED ORGANISATION - TYR (South-Lebanon)
August 2012: 2,042 tablets given FREE. To Date: 198,132 Tables given Free
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The best deed of devotion is serving the creatures of God
Imam Sadr Foundation (ISF) is a non-profit Non-Governmental Organization offering its services on varied fields such as rural development, women empowerment, education, vocational training and primary health programs in addition to its core interest: delivering comprehensive care for orphan girls from 3 years till university graduation or marital engagement. Revolving around four strategic axes - good governance, women’s empowerment, basic education and primary health care -ISF always ensures to realize its vision of justice in a society free of poverty, ignorance, sickness and violence. Our only driving motivation are the organizational values inspired by ISF’s pioneer Leader Imam Sayyed Moussa Sadre (abducted in Lybia in 1978): Faith in God, belief in equity, respect of human dignity and servitude for suffering deprived people. Furthermore, we believe in the powerful synergy of harmonious partnership with other organizations such as Lady Fatemah Trust (LFT) association. The added value of this sustainable cooperation is to satisfy directly the community assessed needs by affording chronic drugs for major detected ailments such as cardiovascular diseases, high blood pressure, high cholesterol levels, type 2 diabetes. In fact, the living context in South-Lebanon is by itself a high environment threatened internally by economic recession and dependence only on the agricultural sector (thus with no public health insurance) and externally on continuous Israeli aggressions and political instability.
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