A 13-year-old Syrian boy hears for the first time

By CARE Australia February 28, 2019 3 comments

What’s the best present you’ve ever received? For 13-year-old Abdulkader, it was the gift of hearing.

Generous donors like you are helping support our partners Syria Relief to fit displaced children from Aleppo and Idlib with hearing aids — a simple, practical, yet life-changing gift.

You can watch the moment Abdulkader’s life changed below. Thank you to everyone who helped make this possible!

You can read more about our work in Syria here.

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chadganowski Mar 01 2019 at 09:03

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Ian Feb 28 2019 at 03:02

It is wonderful seeing Care in action, i have little myself being on an invalid pension but my life is so comfortable with a roof over my head, food, water and a bed to sleep in, medical help easily available and living without the fear that so many people do in our world what i am saying is that i have so little to complain or worry about compared to the people that are helped by Care, I am delighted to be able to give what i can afford even though it is not much when i see my small monthly donation to Care helping them do such wonderful life changing work in so many areas such as helping this young Syrian boy to hear properly, it warms my heart so much and makes me feel wonderful about doing what i am able to do to help and truly thankful for all that i have in my life.

CARE Australia Mar 01 2019 at 10:03

Hi Ian, thank you so much for your comment - and your ongoing support. Your monthly donation might seem small to you, but in the developing world, a little can go a long way. For example: $60 is enough to make sure a family has clean water to drink. That truly is a lifesaving gift!

Plus it all adds up; so I'm sure you've done more to fight poverty than you might think!

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