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Queen cry rises a day after day

Queen Abdula Omar is 18 years old girl. Unfortunitely she was born with disability of her two legs.
Ms. Omar although she has unique talent that she graduated from Secondary School, she had an other unfortune that her father lost his life in wars flaming in Moagadishu.

Queen's family displaced from rural areas before residing Mogadishu and father had been sustaining to feed Queen and other eight children hand to mouth from daily jobs when he was alive,that means the chlidren did not inherit any capital from their father.

Reporting YOPA Queen said '' I have more problems than normal people have.When there is fighting in my village the normal people can run to escape the bullits and shells from warring sides, but I can't because I am handcap. I live with my orphan brothers and sisters who younger than me and I wonder how could I earn money to buy food for them''.She added sweeping tears from her eyes.

Now Queen's basic wants is vulnerable and any assistance rendered to her is is urgenly needed.


Auma's picture

Thank you for sharing

Thank you for sharing this.It is very sad to hear queen's story.I would suggest you link her up with this group: ( )here on PulseWire.Disabilities International:It is a group discussion of the attitudes, practices, and programs for people with disabilities around the world.

I hope she will be able to get any help possible.

All the best,


aliĝngix's picture

She sounds brave and caring.

She sounds brave and caring. Hope more can be done for her and all her loved ones.

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