At the Prosthetic Center in Termanin, Syria, children get a chance to regain full fitness. Prostheses mean going back to school, playing with peers, and forgetting, even for a moment, the ongoing war. Our pupils include toddlers who were injured on their way to school, while playing in the market square, and even sleeping in their own bed when they were only a few months old. Neither of them knew that one day would change their whole lives. We need your commitment so we can be able to continue our activities in Syria.
More than 350 Syrians have already received prosthetic legs. We show that the world has not forgotten one of the most tragic conflicts of recent decades, and the inhabitants of the country which has become a battlefield for many years. In cooperation with Syrian doctors, we reach families most in need, provide rehabilitation support and provide medical care at every stage of the creation of a prosthesis. We know that our work has a real impact on improving the lives of war victims.