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Aya, Iman and Abdel Al Rahman
In April of 2014, a rocket destroyed Aya, Iman and Abdel Al Rahman’s home in Syria. Four of their ten siblings were killed in the blast, and their father disappeared. Their mother, Shamsa, was left to care for the remaining family on her own. Now living in Lebanon, Shamsa and her kids are in dire need of support.
Hayat is the mother of three children (two pictured). Her youngest, Jena, was born with a malformed skull that limited her brain’s ability to develop as she grew older. The doctors said she required surgery before she turned one, but because of the war she was unable to access medical care. Her father escaped to
Zahar and her family of ten fled Syria for fear of their lives. Three militant groups clashed in their town. Now living under tarps in Bekaa Valley, Lebanon, they hope to return to Syria should the country become safe again. Zahar’s daughters Fatima (19) and Halima (14) are the sole earners in the family. Both work in harvesting potatoes. In
Ilham and her daughter Fatima are pictured in Istanbul, Turkey, November, 2016. “My husband is an idealist. He was always very vocal about disagreeing with government actions. When the situation in Syria worsened, his criticism became even louder and eventually he was arrested. When he was released, we decided to leave the country and came
Shirin (4) and Cihan (1) in Istanbul. Their parents fled Syria in 2012. The kids’ mother Neyruz explains: “We lived in Aleppo for two years under bombs and air raids. There were no supplies, not even bread available.” After originally fleeing to Afrin, the family continued on to Turkey where they stayed in Neyruz family’s living room. The