Published on 30th August 2016 by

Child Refugees (2013): In Lebanon, a tiny community centre has welcomed over a 100 child refugees since the violence began in neighbouring Syria, giving them the psychological and educational support they so desperately need.

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“These children have seen what no one else in the world has seen. We try to help them forget”, explains Khaled, a refugee in Bekaa Valley, Lebanon. Refugee families still lack basic goods, running water or electricity, relying heavily on handouts from aid agencies. The community centre allows their kids a semblance of normality. “I can study again now, that’s better than losing another year of school”, says 12-year-old Reem.

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