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The 2013 World Family Day focusing on ‘Advancing Social Integration and Intergenerational Solidarity’ is celebrated on May 15th to showcase the significance of families as social units. This yearly ceremony mirrors the point that the global society is predicated on families ...

The 2013 World Family Day focusing on ‘Advancing Social Integration and Intergenerational Solidarity’ is celebrated on May 15th to showcase the significance of families as social units.

This yearly ceremony mirrors the point that the global society is predicated on families as the most fundamental units of society, the health of which is in a precarious state in many parts of the world.

In line with its primary mission to support children with cancer and their families, MAHAK continually strives to improve the well-being of families who have a child with cancer through providing them with rapidly expanding support services ranging from material to psycho-social support when they need it most.

We would like to take this opportunity to express our appreciation to all non-governmental and communication organizations that also devote remarkable effort, energy and time to provide families in need with required facilities and information required for the pursuit of a relatively normal and happy life.

We need to form a united front if we're going to be effective in our battle against all the elements having adverse effects on the health and sanctity of the core unit of human existence and growth, namely the family unit.

In the battle against pediatric cancer, along with treatment MAHAK has long focused on social integration and intergenerational solidarity as the key factors in overcoming hopelessness and destitute.

With the help of other people-based organizations focused on family affairs, we hope that one day all patients receive the support and assistance required for having a healthy and harmonious family relation.