7a22ak Te7kina Campaign - حَقّك تحكينا
September 2020

After August 4 and as part of Embrace’s plan in pursuing wider scale support to the community, we launched the “7a22ak Te7kina” campaign with the support of Its. Communications, to encourage everyone affected by the blast, whether directly or indirectly, to reach out to the Embrace lifeline: The national emotional support and suicide prevention helpline – 1564.

This campaign reemphasizes the right of every individual (directly or indirectly) affected by the blast to speak up and voice their thoughts and emotions to the Embrace Lifeline’s trusted team of volunteer operators who never failed to diligently provide their time, effort and listening skills for the greater psychological wellbeing of every person who reaches out.