Listen to this interview with Mohammed Antabli, founder of Palmyra Relief, on AlAanFM radio. (Arabic).
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NHS Foundation Trust Highlights Palmyra Relief: “Making a Change: One Refugee at a Time”
We are honored that Palmyra Relief trustee Franca Fiabane was recently featured in an article at the NHS Foundation Trust website.
In the article, Franca, who is the Serious Incidents Support Manager at the NHS Trust, describes the motivation and important mission she and her husband, Mohammed Antabli, share in founding the charity, and the focus on getting prosthetic limbs for Syrian children in need.
You can read the article here.
Syrian Children Offer Us Hope: Palmyra Relief Video
This wonderful video was created by a dear Palmyra Relief friend! Captions are in Arabic. (English translation coming soon!)
How can you not love the spirit and optimism of these children? Just check out the little girl’s smile!
Palmyra Relief’s Song: Sahdonee / Help Me
Popular Brazilian performer Nanny Assis has written and performed an original song for Palmyra Relief. The song is called “Sahdonee” (Help Me, in Arabic. ) He debuted the song at famed jazz club Ronnie Scott’s in London, on 10 April 2014.
Sahdonee was written as a tribute to the children of Syria who have been wounded in the war, and the song has been dedicated to Palmyra Relief and its efforts to help provide prosthetic limbs and rehabilitation to Syrian children.
Here is a video of Nanny Assis performing Sahdonee, along with the song’s lyrics.
Palmyra Relief Launch Event
On Sunday, 13 April, we held the launch event for Palmyra Relief, at AlWaha Restaurant in London. We were pleased to have as special guests Palmyra Relief Patrons Alan Rickman and Rima Horton. Here are a few photos from the event.
During the event, Brazilian-Lebanese performer Nanny Assis performed a new song he wrote for Palmyra Relief, called “Sahdonee” (Help Me).
Syrian Refugee Mohammed Talks About Losing His Mother, Grandmother, Little Brother and His Legs
Please help the children of Syria by sharing this video of young Mohammed, who lost his mother, grandmother, little brother, and both his legs, and is now a refugee in Istanbul. Palmyra Relief is helping him get prosthetic legs and rehabilitative care.
For the Children of Syria
Please Support Palmyra
There’s no better time than right now to support Palmyra Relief, and help children regain the mobility lost after losing a leg or arm.
An Introduction to Palmyra Relief
You can read about Palmyra Relief here. Also, please view this brief video introduction to Palmyra Relief: