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“The body heals but the soul remains broken. Piecing the parts together starts with us.” We are a group of psychiatrist, psychologists and mental health professionals from the Galilee who traveled to Lesbos in November 2015 in response to the Syrian crisis and have been working with refugees ever since. Following our trip we established an organization dedicated to the psychosocial support of refugees. Coming from similar social and cultural backgrounds as the refugees, and communicating in the same language, Arabic, we were in a unique position to provide in-depth and sustained support. Our professionals come with substantial experience and background in treating victims of trauma and conflict.

UNICEF is the world’s leading organisation working to protect and improve the lives of every child in over 190 countries.
  • We protect and advocate for the rights of every child in and overseas.
  • We provide life-saving support and protection for children during emergencies and crises.
  • We deliver long-term international development programs, including education, nutrition, and health care.


Saba Family Foundation is proud to announce partnership with the Aman Movement to bring about change on prevention & eradication of bullying. Together, we will also advance our projects on Empowerment of Women.

The Aman Movement is a non-profit organisation that invests in Social Value.  To put it simply the movement works in partnership with governments of India to help them improve execution of their social sector development programs.  Their contribution to the partnership is not funds but innovation in design, technology, management solutions, monitoring etc.  They believe the status quo of poor performance would stand uncontested and critical challenges faced by social sector development of India would remain unresolved if they did not invest in ‘social value’.   The movement believes collaboration between philanthropy, private enterprise and government can provide solutions to toughest challenges in implementation of the social sector programs of the world.

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