Sabah (7) and Aya (6) stand outside their rented shelter in Bekaa, Lebanon. Originally from the countryside of Aleppo, Syria, their town was repeatedly caught in the crossfire. They were regularly bombarded with bombs and gunfire, and unfortunately a bomb hit their home one day killing their young brother Mahmoud.
With no home left, the girls fled with their family to what is now a crowded refugee camp inside the border of Lebanon. When asked about their top needs, the family listed food, mattresses and blankets. Additionally, the children said they would like to return to school but are currently lacking the ability to obtain basic supplies, such as clothes, books and other supporting requirements.