BEIRUT: Struck by grief after the death of her 5-year-old son in a Jet Ski accident seven years ago, Diala Ensil was determined to channel her anger into a positive cause.
"I wanted to do something to bring him back," Ensil says, "I realized I couldn't, so I established Tammana for Karim -- to honor his memory."
Ensil recently closed her graphic design business to focus exclusively on her work with the charity.
"Sometimes we go to the hospitals to look for potential beneficiaries," Ensil says, adding that over 90 percent of those selected have some form of cancer.
Ensil explains that in granting wishes, the organization tries to be limited only by a child's imagination.