SOS to save a Moroccan child burned to the 3rd degree


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January 23, 2021 – 9:40 a.m. – World – By: IL

A call for donations was launched in Flers in the Orne to save a Moroccan child, victim of a domestic accident. Burned to the 3rd degree and 50% of his body, his evacuation in France requires 10,000 euros.

In France, the little child Reda will be able to benefit from appropriate emergency care to resume a normal life like all his little comrades. His parents of humble origins spent their small fortune to keep him alive in a private clinic where he was evacuated after a heart attack. Maintained in an artificial coma, he awaits his evacuation.

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His uncle Si Hamou Raji, president of the Association of Moroccan Nationals of Flers (ARMF) and his aunt appealed for help to settle the bill for their little nephew in the private clinic in Casablanca where he has been hospitalized since January 7.

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The first calls for funds launched on Saturday January 16, 2021 via the Association of Moroccan Nationals of Flers (ARMF) made it possible to raise € 5,335 after a few days thanks to 122 donors. Other donors are still expected to collect the 10,000 euros needed for his evacuation.

Keywords: France, Fire

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