Childhood Under Siege: Ali, Hassan, and Rami's stories

A new report from Save the Children reveals that barrel bombs, air strikes, and shelling are the biggest issues for the more than a quarter of a million children estimated to be living in besieged areas in Syria. Parents testify to the horror of family life under siege, not only dealing with the psychological impact on children terrified of explosions, but the dire consequences of being deprived of food, basic medicine, and clean water.

 

Ali's story:

 

Hassan's story:

 

Rami's story:

Published 2018-08-30

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