Aug 12, 2012

back to voluntary... /1/

Syria... it's enough to explain what i am talking about! many families had to leave there home heading to the closest safe area including schools..
once those families arrived to Yarmouk camp where I live hundreds of people start to collect supplies and contribution for schools and mission were perfectly done..

as for me and my friends we thought that the children had suffer enough and they need some psycho-support  by playing games that teach some values, do some activities with them, it is taking about 3 days for each school..

a barber and a dentist was a part of those days..

have got to say that voluntary has a different taste in crisis... not only something you want to do it is something you have to do and do it well.. see post no. /2/
 I've enjoyed working with Jafra Foundation  ..

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