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Amira’s first steps

Amira is 11 years old. In March 2017, she was injured in a bomb attack in Mosul, and has suffered from a broken leg ever since. She lives with her family in Hasansham camp for displaced people, where Handicap International (HI) is providing her with rehabilitation care.

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Amira in her tent in Hasansham camp. | © E. Fourt / Handicap International

Date published: 11/07/17

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