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“I’d like to care for people too”

Abdel Hamid, 11, is from Mosul, Iraq. On the 19th of March, he was caught in a bomb attack that left him with a fractured hip. Rushed to hospital, he now receives daily physiotherapy care from a Handicap International team.

 

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Abdel Hamid and Fatima during a physiotherapy session. | © E. Fourt / Handicap International

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