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This report describes the findings from a research study on the protection of children fleeing from the Syria conflict and traveling to Europe.
Turkey has opened a vast centre, termed "Orphans City," dedicated to housing and educating orphans from war-torn Syria.
Alaa al-Din Obeid, an orphanage located in Azaz, near Aleppo and the Turkish border, serves seven hundred Syrian boys and girls.
This document provides analysis of child protection needs and risks at the government level to support child protection actors in programmed development, resource mobilasation and advocacy.
This article from Reliefweb states that 20,000 people were recently evacuated from Aleppo. The majority of which were children, women and families.
Per this article from the BBC, Syrian refugee children have been making clothes for British shoppers.
According to this press release from Save the Children, thousands of families are fleeing to dirty overcrowded refugee camps in Syria.
The report highlights the constant threat of sexual violence, exploitation, and child marriage that adolescents and girls face in Syria.
In this article from NEWSok, Zaidoon Khalaf shares his experiences while attempting to reunify with his family Germany.
This story from the Guardian describes the shock and loss children experience in Aleppo.