Saja, 12, lost her leg in a bombing attack in Aleppo, Syria that killed four of her closest friends. However, thanks to support from UNICEF, Saja is able to continue her education so she can realize her dreams: "I hope to be a gymnastics coach because before I used to be a gymnast."
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