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© UNICEF/22 -SAFA-IRQ-2013-NOORANI-0255/Shehzad Noorani

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“The most important things I have lost are my relatives. I miss them a lot, and I am sure they miss me.”

Ammar, 11 (left) and his sister Raama, 8, live in a former private hospital in Syria which is now serving as a shelter for people displaced by the conflict.

Their family, including their 3-year-old sister Maria, used to live in Baba Amar neighbourhood. The children’s father Abu Ammar said, “We moved because of the conflict. There was just too much shelling. We tried to leave our homes as little as possible, but we were forced to leave when it was directly struck. Our homes, the entire neighbourhood is destroyed completely.”

For Ammar and Raama, their biggest wish for the future is safety.

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