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Palestinian Student with Special Needs Achieves Outstanding School Results

Published : 06-10-2020

Palestinian Student with Special Needs Achieves Outstanding School Results

Palestinian student Omar Samer AlKhatib, born in 2004 and raised in AlSabina refugee camp in Rif Dimashq, got a score of 2,052 as part of 9th grade exams in Syria for the 2019/2020 academic year.

In an interview with a Syrian TV channel, Omar said he pulled out all the stops to make his dreams come true.

Omar studied at a school for visually-impaired people before he moved to a private school after his parents and teachers encouraged him to do so.

Displaced Palestinian refugees with special needs have been gripped with dire conditions in camps and communities across the Syrian territories.

The situation of dozens of children with disablities has gone far worse after they lost their parents in the bloody warfare. Others have endured limb amputation owing to the violent onslaughts.

UNRWA said it assists more than 2,300 Palestine refugees with disabilities in Syria, who have had their lives marred by the unabated warfare and bloody strife.

Assistance to the most vulnerable Palestinian refugees, including persons with disabilities, is provided by donors like the European Union. The European Commission's civil protection and humanitarian aid department (ECHO) has funded assistance to those with disabilities, as well as female-headed households.  

 

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/10747

Palestinian student Omar Samer AlKhatib, born in 2004 and raised in AlSabina refugee camp in Rif Dimashq, got a score of 2,052 as part of 9th grade exams in Syria for the 2019/2020 academic year.

In an interview with a Syrian TV channel, Omar said he pulled out all the stops to make his dreams come true.

Omar studied at a school for visually-impaired people before he moved to a private school after his parents and teachers encouraged him to do so.

Displaced Palestinian refugees with special needs have been gripped with dire conditions in camps and communities across the Syrian territories.

The situation of dozens of children with disablities has gone far worse after they lost their parents in the bloody warfare. Others have endured limb amputation owing to the violent onslaughts.

UNRWA said it assists more than 2,300 Palestine refugees with disabilities in Syria, who have had their lives marred by the unabated warfare and bloody strife.

Assistance to the most vulnerable Palestinian refugees, including persons with disabilities, is provided by donors like the European Union. The European Commission's civil protection and humanitarian aid department (ECHO) has funded assistance to those with disabilities, as well as female-headed households.  

 

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/10747