A group of 10 children from the I Have a Dream Society in Wahdat refugee camp were invited to spend an exciting couple of hours discovering what doctors do at the hospital during a patient’s visit. Each child was given a teddy bear who became their ‘patient’.

The 8-10 year-old boys and girls visited various stations which had been labeled as Waiting Room, Registration, Triage, Treatment, Lab, X-rays, Pharmacy, etc. Each child recorded his/her teddy bear’s vital signs in a colorful Passport. The activity ended with a healthy lunch and take-home gifts for all.

STEPS would like to thank the various departments of Istishari Hospital for their great cooperation. Thank you also to the participating STEPS volunteers.

Special credit goes to pediatrician Dr. Hana’ Damra for her creativity in preparing this tremendously fun and educational program.

Supported by: Istishari Hospital

Society in Wahdat camp: جمعية عندي حلم للمبادرات ألإنسانية

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