Damascus, SANA Syrian expatriates’ fashion designer Manal Ajaj in cooperation with cosmetic expert Rose Araiji held a fashion show within an artistic activity under the title Childhood is a Life at Khan Asa’ad Basha in Damascus, in support of Basmaa Association for the children with cancer.
The activity included a charity bazar for the dresses and pieces of art and songs.
Ajaj told SANA Saturday she has chosen the name of the Smile of Jasmine for her show to create joy and smile on the face of the Children with Cancer and to stand by them under the critical situation Syria is passing through.
The Syrian designer pointed out that the show is a message and an invitation for everybody to participate in supporting those children and backing them to recover.
For her part, Eraiji pointed out that the activity is a message to the whole world that life in Syria didn’t stop and won’t stop.
Basma Civil Association works since 2005 on improving the health and social situation of children with cancer through offering remedy and moral and psychological support to them during the treatment period.
The Association works on offering financial support to the families of those children as well as supporting the children’s cancer treatment units in Syria to improve the reality of the medical services provided for them.
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