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Alex: “We were very very poor. My parents had eight children, and I’m right in the middle. My father worked for the municipality in Douala, Cameroon as a cleaner in the markets. My mother sold firewood. We didn’t have enough to live so we stayed with various family friends, on dirt floors. When the government of
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Mohammad (10) stands with his sister Safaa (8) at the edge of their camp in Lebanon. Mohammad was living with his family in a village in the Eastern Ghouta of Damascus. His father Omar (37) worked a good job in a textile, but in 2013 militants began bombing the village. The family relocated to another
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Shahed (21) fled her home in Aleppo, Syria when she was pregnant with her son Mohamed (2) in 2015. Mohamed was born partially paralyzed and suffers from seizures due to a surgery. The war has made it difficult for Shahed to get proper medicine and treatment for Mohamed in Syria, so she fled with her
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Dalal (28) with her mother Mariam (64) and her niece Ghazyeh (7) outside their tent in Lebanon. Dalal lived a peaceful life with her family in Al Jnenah, Syria until one day while out of town working a harvest, received news that her home was destroyed by a bomb. Her brother Yasser died in the
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Riad (61) earned a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering and worked for the Syrian defense ministry for 15 years before starting his own company. But when conflict broke out, Riad’s life was greatly affected. Many of his family members were killed and Riad himself was captured and tortured several times by extremists. This caused him
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Obada (25) was transported to Lebanon to receive medical care after his leg was severely injured during an air raid in his hometown of Homs, Syria. His brother was killed. Obada’s mother, wife, nephews and niece followed him to safety in Lebanon. Obada still struggles from the injury to his leg and has trouble walking.
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The Alomar family fled from Aleppo in 2015. For four long years they lived under constant threats of bombings and gunfire that claimed the lives of many relatives and friends. After their uncle was kidnapped and a bomb exploded in their building, they fled to Turkey. Their journey by foot through the winter was difficult. When
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Emine (2) and her brother Recep (3) only know life as refugees. Their mother Fatima was pregnant with Emine when the family fled from their home in Afrin, Syria after their uncle was killed. Their journey was difficult and they crossed the border to Turkey under threat to their lives, through a trench near Kilis.
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My father was a distiller and made the local liquor, Akpeteshie. He also owned and operated a bar. My family is Christian, but we lived in a Muslim area, where alcohol was forbidden, so we faced many pressures. The pressures turned to threats and eventually my father had to close the bar. My mother started
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Fidaa (left) and his siblings standing nearby their small house in Bekaa, Lebanon. The Abdelwahed family lived in the countryside of Damascus, Syria under constant threat of airstrikes. When their home was destroyed, they moved to their family’s home in Al-Qaboun but eventually left to Lebanon due to the lack of viable resources. Now surrounded by a
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While visiting nearby relatives, the Elkerdush’s home was bombed and their father Farok decided it was time to leave, despite the risks. Stuck in a city controlled by ISIS, it was a crime for the family to leave. They managed to escape, traveling in the back of a vegetable truck for eleven days until they arrived
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Saleh (51) lived with his wife and three sons before conflict erupted in his hometown of Al Raqqa, Syria. Extremists threatened his life and tried to take his sons away. Fearing for his family’s safety, they fled Syria for Lebanon. Saleh’s eldest son Shawakh (23) was for not having proper documentation until they can raise the money
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Now living in a refugee camp in Lebanon, Fatima (19) does the best she can to provide for her daughter Mariam (1). In 2014, when militants invaded her home town of Al Raqqa, Syria, she fled with her parents to her uncle’s house. When the situation became too dangerous there, she fled alone to Lebanon. Fatima
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Zakiyeh (14) and Shifaa (10) grew up in Syria with their extended family before the war shook up their life. The girls stopped attending school, fear of violence escalated and eventually their mother Hawaa decided to flee to Turkey. Hawaa is an experienced seamstress and found work in a sewing shop in Istanbul. She would like to
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Manal was pregnant with her daughter Shamsa (1) when war took over their hometown of Idlib, Syria. Fearing for life, she fled with her family to Lebanon. Now as a single parent, Manal occasionally works harvesting earning up to $4 per day. She receives some aid from the UNHCR but is unable to support her three
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