Syrian woman converts her home into a school for 60 disabled children
Syrian woman converts her home into a school for 60 disabled children

Syrian woman converts her home into a school for 60 disabled children

70-year-old Syrian teacher Nurulhuda Haffar, who fled from attacks of Assad Regime forces and take shelter in Cine town of western Aleppo, is seen with physically and mentally disabled children as Nurulhuda Haffar converts her home into a school in Aleppo, Syria on July 08, 2020.

Haber Merkezi 14:44 July 24, 2020 AA

Syrian woman converts her home into a school for 60 disabled children

70-year-old Syrian teacher Nurulhuda Haffar, who fled from attacks of Assad Regime forces and take shelter in Cine town of western Aleppo, is seen with physically and mentally disabled children as Nurulhuda Haffar converts her home into a school in Aleppo, Syria on July 08, 2020. 70-year-old Syrian teacher Nurulhuda Haffar, who fled from attacks of Assad Regime forces and take shelter in Cine town of western Aleppo, is seen with physically and mentally disabled children as Nurulhuda Haffar converts her home into a school in Aleppo, Syria on July 08, 2020.
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