and honored Abu through The inauguration of the 220-square-meter stadium, to serve children between the ages of 5 and 11, with the aim of enabling them to play football in a safe environment.
According to Abu Khalil’s statement to the media, including “Sky News Arabia”, this initiative “did not come out of nowhere”, as the player said that he “was raised to do charity and support the needy in his home by his parents, who planted in him a love of helping the needy.” .
The Atlas Lions player continued: “My parents instilled in me the values of participation and solidarity, and I feel very special in the circumstances of these children.”
“I wished to present this football field to the children of the institution. I hope that they will enjoy playing football as much as I did personally,” added Abu Khalil.
On the other hand, a source at the Paramedic Children’s Foundation told “Sky News Arabia” that the idea of establishing a playground would help inmate children to play sports. footballdeveloping their motor and psychological skills.
The source added: “Football will help these children implement important sports techniques, such as passing, controlling, dribbling and hitting kicks, in addition to developing their team spirit and team play.”
featuring Morocco 5 villages for paramedic children, including those that were established in Dar Bouazza in 2000, and include 11 homes to receive orphaned or abandoned children, as well as providing them with alternative mothers to take care of them and give them the lost tenderness.
The institutions also provide good education and decent living conditions for needy children, and upon reaching adulthood help them to find employment opportunities.
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