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Mawada’s happiness comes first

Mawada, 6, has cerebral palsy. Last November, she and her family fled Mosul and took refuge in Khazer camp. Handicap International have given the little girl a walking frame and the organisation provided her with physiotherapy sessions.

Nader provides Mawada with physiotherapy care. | © E. Fourt / Handicap International

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