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Hasna and Halima
Hasna and her daughter Halima stand in their refugee camp in Lebanon. Hansa: “In February of 2014 I took my two daughters and fled during a cold night, running away from ISIS. We met some neighbors who decided to leave to Lebanon and we took a bus from Al Raqqa to Damascus and then to
Marwa (3) is the youngest of the eight brothers and sisters. Hamza (8) wants to be a math teacher. The entire family lives in this tent encampment in Lebanon. Fatima, their mother, explains: “At the end of 2012, we were living in the city of Al Tabka when the regime army began bombing the city
Ahmad is 9 and would like to be an Architect one day. His sister Malak is 5 and she would like to have a Barbie. From Kweres, Aleppo, they now live with their mom (Rafaa) and dad (Ibrahim) and five other sisters (ages 16, 14 year old twin sisters, 11, and 1) in a tent
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
Hamudi (4) once lived in Aleppo with his parents and two siblings. After a sniper moved into the building next-door, life for Hamudi’s family became dangerous. They mostly stayed at home for fear of being shot. The sniper occasionally shot incendiary bullets to start fires, and after the family fled their home, it was burned down.
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Mo (3) and Hanan (5) are pictured in Lebanon on April 1, 2016. Their parents fled Aleppo, Syria in 2013 and currently reside in a tent in Bekaa Valley. The family does not receive any kind of assistance and is falling into debt with past-due rent payments on their tent, food and clean water. Their