Oppressed Childhood

Fadi is a boy who’s still in his childhood, yet he owns a big tender heart towards his family. Ever since the death of his father in bombings in Syria, Fadi wakes up every day in the early morning to go to work at an auto repair shop, leaving school to become the sole breadwinner for his family.

Fadi is now living in Jordan along with his family, he passes through some grief moments every time he sees kids his age going to school, whereas he is obliged to hold the responsibility of both his mother and his little sister on his own. Fadi’s only consolation comes in seeing his small family safe, away from the risk of death, putting his study and his dreams on hold, up till God wills for him to continue with them again.

– Aisha

Oppressed Childhood


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