The game of hide and seek starts with counting from one to ten and then finding the friends who have hidden themselves from our view. In the real world however, we may have to close our eyes and perceive the world around us in a different way.
Being stricken with some types of cancer and going through their treatment process can affect the vision. We extend our gratitude to the ever-expanding family of MAHAK for staying with cancer-stricken children so that they will be able to see the world colorfully and be inflicted with the least side effects and receive the best treatment and support services.
We commemorate the World White Cane Day with the company of the visually impaired people who see the world around them in a different way with the support of the benefactors and the organizations which provide services to visually impaired people.