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Othman and Iman
Othman (4) and Iman (2) left Syria with their parents after their neighborhood was severely impacted by airstrikes. Their father, Ahmed, states “I lost the feeling of safety totally after I saw the house of my neighbor exploded and the shreds of his four children sprawling around his house”. He said he could not risk
“We left Aleppo because the house was bombed,” says Maher. He and his wife, Goli, and two of their three children have been living in a refugee camp in Greece since early 2016. The camp has limited resources. They receive food from the Greek military and have access to medical care from the Red Cross.
When asked who covers their livelihoods, he answered that “he himself doesn’t know how everyday ends…” Mohammad is barely into his 20’s. He had no health issues and was just starting out in life with his new family in Homs, Syria, studying Health Science at a university before his life changed in an instant. In
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