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One of the NGOs that really touches me is Tamanna, which means "Make a wish," as they make dreams come true for children that are suffering from terminal illnesses. Every year we hear stories about how this particular NGO is drawing the smiles back on the faces of kids and families who are in bleak situations.Tamanna was established in 2005 with mission to grant the wishes of children suffering from serious illnesses. Any child between the ages of 3 and 18 with a life-threatening illness, residing or being treated in Lebanon, is eligible for a wish. Over the past 11 years, Tamanna has granted over 1,500 wishes, around three a week, touching thousands of lives in the process.
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