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Syrian sisters are using rap to send a message to the world

Hiba* and Rama* are normal sisters. They bicker, they talk over one another, they laugh at each other. But they’re also refugees. They’re activists. Oh, and they’re rappers….

Autistic children are talented and creative. Lebanese “Jad” is an example

Although she is only seventeen years old, Lebanese girl Karla Bou Zeidan speaks about autism with the same intense passion as that of researchers who have spent years conducting studies about it….

Three-Kilometer Walk to School

The long way to school. Join the students in the daily long walk for a better future, Three-Kilometer Walk to School  in North Syria Put on the VR headset and join us….

When Sewing Threads Become Your Shelter: Use your VR goggles

In a muddy yard, Hiba holds a spool of white thread. At first, you might think the little girl is about to make a kite to run after in the camp. You would also imagine her drown in laughter and joy. But in fact, these threads are Hiba’s only “shield” to survive.

Tent Schools Better than Nothing: Displaced Syrian Children Insist on Education

From inside a cloth tent, erected on muddy ground, rise sounds full of life despite a surrounding that calls for nothing but despair. Here, alphabetic letters are written and erased; numbers are added and subtracted; songs resound, and dreams are drawn on notebooks’ pages….

The day my feet were amputated: when rockets deprived Syrian children of their their limbs

The day my feet were amputated: when rockets deprived Syrian children of their most precious things: their limbs. …