Syrian field diary: Child witnesses to death and bloodshed

By Juliette Touma  A humanitarian worker returns to Damascus after a year to find a situation of desperate suffering. DAMASCUS, Syrian Arab Republic, 24 July 2013 – I first went to the Syrian Arab Republic in the summer of 2012 with the United Nations Supervision Mission (UNSMIS). Even as fighting between Government forces and the […]

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In Turkey, teachers learn how to work better with their Syrian refugee pupils

  By Tulay Guler Syrian volunteer teachers – men and women, old and young – participate in a teacher training session to learn how to work best with their pupils in Turkey’s camps for Syrian refugees. ISKENDERUN, Turkey, 11 July 2013 – In a large training room, an instructor asks a group of 200 people […]

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In Domiz refugee camp, Iraq, a Syrian family makes the best of a terrible situation

By David Morley President and CEO of UNICEF Canada David Morley visits with a Syrian refugee family at Domiz camp, Iraq. DOMIZ CAMP, Iraq, 5 July 2013 – “In Syria,” Mahmoud said, his eyes watering with the memory, “we lived like kings and queens.” And then he fell silent. 

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Embracing the everyday, dreaming of the future

By Toby Fricker For Syrian refugees in Jordan, the routines of everyday life help heal the past and build hope for the future. ZA’ATARI CAMP, Jordan, 3 July 2013 – As the sun rises upon the vast desert surrounding Za’atari camp, people wake to another intensely hot summer day. It is the second-largest refugee camp […]

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Syria Crisis Situation Report – 27 June 2013

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Syria Crisis Situation Report – 2 May 2013

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