Childhood for Children A psychological program for the refugee children of Moria

Omran Daqneesh, a five-year old Syrian boy, remains expressionless after being rescued by The White Helmets.

The importance of sharing a vision of reconstruction, not just of their lives but of their cities as well, can be a once-in-a-life-time opportunity for the children to be agents of change.

"God put you on this Earth but it doesn't just belong to you. It's not yours, it's everyone's." - Mustafa, a fourteen-year old Syrian boy, who lives now in Germany.
To plant seeds of restoration, is to plant seeds of hope in the hearts of the refugee children.
The goal is to help them process their past, so they can dream of a future. The purpose is to teach them to rebuild and love all that once was taken away from them.
To be human is to love, and to love something ultimate

To love at all, is to love like Christ; wholly and deeply. Let His Kingdom come. Let His will be done.

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Daian Echeverri Castro
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