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You’re a Camp Child

What does it mean to live 360 days in a place having neither schools nor markets — literally nothing except dust, dirt, and of course, tents?…

Live with the refugees, don’t only listen to their stories

The details of the story were heard by the Bahraini volunteer Aisha Al-Sharbati from Sham’s grandfather and she promised to narrate to the whole world. …

A tiny hand smeared with black color: Oil community in North  Syria

A flame of fire appears on the far horizon. The closer you get to the hill the more flames that appear from among the trees with accompanying black smoke….

Bathing is a “luxury”!

Here in the northwestern Syrian, makeshift camps are lined up amid the fields or on the hillsides where you have to forget about the protective measures recommended by the World Health Organization (WHO) against the new coronavirus.

The most beautiful women!

The beautiful women are the mothers living in Syrian refugee camps; the displaced mothers who are striving to care for their children amid endless fears.

Face paintings tell a Story!

Bright yellow and white lines are painted on children’s small faces, making beautiful art images that communicate different messages and meanings. …