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Closed Disabled children go on a day trip

Seoul, South Korea

Some disabled Children in Angels' Haven, Seoul, Korea, cannot walk. Let them experience the pleasures of a day trip.

Susanne W. from Angels' Haven | 
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About this project

The disabled children in Angels' Haven in Seoul, Korea, have everything they need. But sometimes you want to go on a trip, have a picknick, have a party ... not so easy, when you live in a home for orphans and suffer from cerebral palsy. I spent a year volunteering in Angels' Haven (1997-98) and I was shocked to meet a boy who was named after the railway station he was abandoned in as a baby. Disabilty was a taboo in 1997 - so it is hard to express the importance of an institution that caters to the special needs of disabled children and gives them a home.
Updated at 18. September 2020