KAMEL SAADI At the age of 14, Kamel Saadi was amputee due to a mine. The March 16, 1979 Saadi was at a picnic with family and friends near Umm Qais, an area along the Jordanian-Israeli border contaminated with mines from the 60s and 70s.
A step on a rock that hid a mine, eight hours later, doctors amputatano foot.
In 1985, he completed his university studies in Los Angeles and returned home a third intervention that amputated eight inches below the knee strain.
Inspired by his experience and that of other survivors from mine, he founded Life Line Consulting and rehabilitation in 2007 to provide assistance to landmine survivors and other persons with disabilities. LLCR is a non-profit-Jordanian national organization that assists survivors by providing physical support, emotional and financial, promotes educational activities with respect to mine-risk, carries out advocacy activities.
“ According to Saadi, “Our style is based on simplicity, direct interaction, involving
professional knowledge based on specific needs, and the provision of immediate needs; a hug or a handshake for your surprise can often be an immediate need.”
The LLCR mission is to help people with disabilities to achieve their goals by using their skills.