Robbed of childhood, running from war

World Vision's report "Robbed of childhood, running from war"  tells the stories of fear and uncertainty among Syrian refugee children in Lebanon.  Based on interviews with children in Lebanon’s Bekaa Valley, the report highlights heartbreaking challenges faced by more than 75,000 Syrian refugee children.  Thousands of children have lost homes, witnessed or experienced violence, missed out on education, and now face the onset of winter in poor accommodation. World Vision is aiming to reach more than 40,000 people, providing  basic needs such as food, fuel, stoves and other winter supplies, child protection activities, childfriendly spaces, and psychosocial and education support for children.  The future of the more than half a million children who have left Syria, and the countless more still inside  the country, depends on how well the international humanitarian response is funded, organized, brought to  them and continued for as long as it is needed.

Published 2013-12-12

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Publication year
2012
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pdf, 14p.
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© 2012 World Vision International
Country
LebanonSyria
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Reports

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Document Information

Publication year
2012
Format
pdf, 14p.
Rights
© 2012 World Vision International
Country
LebanonSyria
Content Type
Reports