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Tuesday 20 June 2017

Away for too long: World Refugee Day

On the occasion of World Refugee Day, Save the Children joins four Syrian adolescents as they discuss life away from home.

‘’When I return one day, there will be less of everything. Everything will have been destroyed,’’ says Ali, ‘’There will be fewer people.’’

Tuesday 25 April 2017

A cinema at Save the Children’s space

The queue outside the tent stretched longer with forty-eight children standing, mostly on toes, on the doorstep. As they waited to hear their name and embark on the next action, they craned their neck forward with eager anticipation.

Names checked and spots taken, the lights went off, a sign that entertainment was about to start.

Tuesday 11 April 2017

Colouring the black and white

It wasn’t long before Luna* rushed back home, frightened and in tears. Wearing a long black Abaya, she had just gone out for a walk with her older brother.

‘’What do you want from her?’’ Luna’s mother, Soha*, confronted the stranger who had followed Luna all the way to the doorstep.

‘’I just wanted to kiss her,’’ he replied. ‘’And congratulate her family.’’

Friday 17 March 2017

Firas: Finding inspiration in heartbreaks

 

Six years of conflict in Syria: Save the Children series

Firas* sleeps next to his mother every night. His older brother has the top bunk of the bed for himself, while their sister takes the single bed on the opposite side.

Thursday 16 March 2017

Rama: The girl who was reborn

 

Six years of conflict in Syria: Save the Children series

Rama had to sleep for three months in a hole dug in the ground. She was trapped under the rubble for an hour before her family found out she was still alive. She was only three.

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