On the picture we can see two girls, Nour and Mala from the Haja Rafika center. What will the future be like when these girls grow up – will there be a change for persons with disabilities and women in general?
Luma Jamjoum has made up her mind. Her two sons, Faris and Omar, will have the same right to a good health and will be respected even though they have different circumstances in life.
Trots bristerna i skolan är det viktigt att barnen kommer dit varje dag. I skolan lär de sig vara barn och dras inte in direkt i vuxenvärldens alla problem och utmaningar.
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Aliona is no longer just a mother fighting for her son, but she is an important part of civil society in Moldova.
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