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Storytelling is saving children's lives

 

 

I worry about my kids falling and hurting themselves. Parents and guardians in war-torn Syria are scared to let their children out to play in case they step on a landmine...


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Imagine not being able to call the midwife

 

I’ve worked with medics for over 16 years, but I never knew the half of what these angels did, or the pressure they are under, especially during the delivery...



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Syrian Sisters Gain a Chance at Life

 

 

When Lilas and Lilian were born prematurely one month early they were fighting for their lives. The sisters were immediately rushed to Hope Hospital...



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A
Year of Hope

 

 

If you’ve been keeping up with CanDo, you may know it’s been a year since we launched the People’s Convoy, to rebuild a children’s hospital in Syria...



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Healing Psychological Scars in Children

 

 

The children of Syria never stop showing resilience but seven years of brutal conflict has left many with deep psychological scars. The Independent Doctors...



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A Challenge to Survive

 

 

 

The incredible resilience and resourcefulness of our local humanitarian partners in Syria never ceases to amaze us — they can achieve a lot with very little...



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A Chance Meeting that Changed Everything

 

I first met Areej by complete chance. It was 2015, we were both waiting around for our delayed luggage in an airport in Turkey. At the time...



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