On Monday, Emirati children, who are currently being treated at Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children (GOSH) in London, delighted in an afternoon of Eid al-Fitr events at GOSH's yearly hospital-wide Eid event.
During the event, people and their families were entertained by Dabke dancers, deal with paint, henna and arts and crafts, and enjoyed authentic Arabic food.
Father of Kuwaiti client, Hamad, expressed how it was great to be able to feel comfortable and commemorate Eid al-Fitr in the medical facility with his family members. "This celebration has actually been a lot of enjoyable - it's so wonderful to see so many family members together commemorating such a stunning occasion. Thanks to Great Ormond Street Health center for caring for and protecting my son."
GOSH treats sick children from over 90 various nations for uncommon, complicated and numerous problems, that includes 1,500 children from the Middle East every year. Via their special occasions and parties, GOSH accommodates a selection of different societies and religious beliefs at the hospital. Annually, GOSH hosts an Eid-al-Fitr event for all their people as part of their dedication to accepting and celebrating all societies and religions at the hospital.