Based on the wish of Abdullah, a little boy who had cancer and did not want to spend any more time in hospital, KACCH (Kuwait Association for the care of Children in Hospital ) organized a specialized medical team to help Abdullah’s mother take care of her son at home until. He died six months later but was surrounded by his family and favorite things.
This case is what actually brought forward the concept of Bayt Abdullah Children’s Hospice (BACCH). The project is to allow children with terminal conditions to be looked after at home or in the hospice itself.
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