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|Title||The role of civil institutions in achieving social support for the physically disabled as a result of the return marches, a study applied to the Al-Salamah Charitable Society.|
|Title in Arabic||دور المؤسسات الأهلية في تحقيق المساندة الاجتماعية للجرحى المعاقين حركياً نتيجة مسيرات العودة ، دراسة مطبقة على جمعية السلامة الخيرية.|
The study aimed at determining the role of NGOs in achieving social support for the wounded physically handicapped because of Return Marches. The study applied the comprehensive social survey methodology to all the wounded physically handicapped from the return marches and the beneficiaries of the services of the Assalama charity association in Gaza and the number of (101) wounded disabled. The researchers used a tool interview to reveal the results of the study. The results of the study found that the roles played by the NGOs in achieving social support for the wounded physically handicapped because of Return Marches, Represented in estimated support, followed by emotional support ,followed by knowledge support, and finally material support. The study also found statistically significant differences in the responses of members of the research sample on social support, which provides the wounded physically handicapped from the return marches attributable to variable age for the age group (20-25), and that there are no statistically significant differences in the social support provided to the wounded physically handicapped from the return marches due to the variable social case and the variable form of motor disability, while there are statistically significant differences in the social support provided to the wounded physically handicapped from the return marches due to the profession variable for the benefit of those who do not work. Finally, in light of the discussion of the results, the researchers proposed a set of recommendations.
|Series||Volume: 5, Number: 2|
|Publisher||مجلة العلوم الاجتماعية|
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