The clinic offers free full dental care not just for students, but also for the school’s employees and teachers.
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The boy is just one of dozens of primary school students aged between 6 and 12 who are getting a free check-up at the new dental clinic in Sidon's Aisha Um al-Moaminin School, which is run by the Makassed Charitable Islamic Association.The clinic, provided by the international charitable association Give a Child a Toy, offers free full dental care not just for the students, but also for the school's employees and teachers. It will be operated by volunteer doctors and is to be managed by former Makassed student Dr. Jaoudat al-Dada. Hanna al-Zaatari, the head of the primary school, said that more than 1,025 students between 6 and 12 would receive dental care at the clinic this year.
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