Our home is the planet we live on. Sometimes some mishaps occur in our lives that make us leave our living place. This is when we have to move to another land and sometimes have to live as a refugee.
We, at MAHAK are highly concerned about the wellbeing of all cancer-stricken children no matter to which ethnicity, nationality and religion they belong. In order to promote this concept and the notion of love without border, we have supported 1861 refugee cancer-stricken children during the 28 years of MAHAK's activities. Along the same line, MAHAK has cooperated with various national and international organizations whose mission is providing support for refugees.
On the occasion of the World Refugee Day, June 20, 2019, we pay tribute to all the individuals and organizations that treat their fellow beings equally and are against discrimination.