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Khalid, Khaldoun and Omar
From Darriah, Syria, Omar (10), Khalid (9) and Khaldoun (3) are pictured in their refuge, Amman Jordan, on Jan 17th, 2016. The three kids with their mother Rama (31) and father Ahmad (45) left their demolished home in Darriah, Syria in April 2013 and fled directly to Jordan where they have been living since. Having
Iman (4) was born in Syria and fled war with her parents to Lebanon when she was just an infant. Now the oldest of three, Iman helps to look after Seif (3) and Nermin (2) who were born stateless. Iman’s father Jassem was a driver in Syria but has been unable to secure consistent work.
Derya (8) and Peyal (5) fled Kobani, Syria after militants stormed their town and shelled their house in December, 2014. The girls and their parents, Kameran and Fadilia, escaped to the border of Turkey where they stood trapped between violence and a barbed wire fence. The family made their way through but remain in Diyarbakir
Omar (3) is pictured with his uncle, Asad Hamad (28) on October 26, 2015 in Beirut, Lebanon. The family of seven is originally from Hasakah, Syria near the border of Turkey and fluent in Arabic and Kurdish. They left their homeland in August, 2012 when ISIS invaded and began controlling their neighborhood in Al Qameshli where Asad also worked
Nawal Ramadan (27) and her baby-boy Walid (7-months) are pictured before their tent in Lebanon, February, 2016. Three years ago, the family’s home in Syria was destroyed by barrel bombs. Nowal’s husband Marwan Wadi (27) used to work as a driver but has been unable to find work since. In October, the family moved to