A track for the barberi (object with which the children of Siena play to simulate the Palio, through the “barberi”: wooden balls colored with the colors of the 17 districts ed.) And a baby carrier backpack. These are the two gifts that tomorrow the children of the districts of Siena will bring to Mustafà El Nezzal, the six-year-old Syrian child born without arms and legs due to the consequences of the war, who is housed in a structure of the Caritas Diocesana in Arbia, in territory of the Tuscan province. Bringing the gifts to the child, protagonist of the photo “Hardship of Life”, a shot that moved the world, will be Matteo Cenni and Francesco Flamini, two contradaioli from Nicchio and L’Aquila who will represent the various leaders of the Small and Young Groups of 17 Sienese districts. “We have decided to give what is the main game for all the little Sienese children – said Flamini -. This is the way to express our closeness to this family and make it known that the boys of Siena are also with Mustafà on his journey in Italy “. “This is our welcome message to the family of Mustafà and Munzir: they wanted to make people understand what our reality was”, thus Matteo Cenni.