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Displaced Syrian mothers confront hardship with determination DARA’A, Syrian Arab Republic, 28 April 2017 - Nada and her family fled their hometown of Al Shajarah after it was overtaken by warring parties more than three years ago.
Now they have taken shelter, along with 40 other internally-displaced families, in a former school in the nearby city of Dara’a.
Fields of maize, as tall in places as the mud huts of farmers, tower over the children who run past them.
Healing emotional wounds from conflict in eastern Ukraine MARIUPOL, Ukraine, 7 April 2017 – The emotional wounds and trauma of living through more than three years of conflict are an everyday reality for hundreds of thousands of children and teenagers in eastern Ukraine.
Rain runs through the muddy gravel streets and the water has crept into the home of Isabel, Jorge Luis and their son Brandon.
In search of safety: South Sudanese children travel alone to reach refugee camps in Darfur EAST DARFUR, Sudan, 27 July 2017 – Fourteen-year-old Jonk Tonk Dack, and his brother Lowal, 9, are from Kair, Bahar Arab, South Sudan.
A place called home: looking after Syrian children who have lost their families ALEPPO, Syrian Arab Republic, 21 March, 2017 – On a street in Aleppo lies a two-floor house with a bright green door.
Surrounded by a tiny garden of jasmine flowers and olive trees, the pretty setting stands in contrast to what the children living there have been through. the immaculate white court building is buzzing with activity. Tricia Collins, the court’s Intake and Welfare Officer, waits patiently to greet each new person.
A new life after spending teen years in Myanmar army KACHIN STATE, Myanmar, - Zwe Chit left school when he was in grade eight. They all wanted to join the army and pushed him to do the same. Broken sanctuary: attacks on schools in Myanmar KACHIN STATE, Myanmar, - Zau Seng, 11, is a student at Nam Ya Middle School, in Moe Nyin District, Kachin State, Myanmar.
Ending child marriage and teenage pregnancy in Sierra Leone KOIDU, Sierra Leone, 19 September 2017 – Last year, the course of 16-year-old Alice Ngaujah’s* life changed forever when she discovered she was pregnant.
Disowned by her parents, she was quickly thrown into adulthood.
The search for Lesotho’s most vulnerable families HA TŠEPO, Lesotho, 28 November 2017 – A cloud of yellow dust blows into the group sitting on the ground at the village centre.
Toddlers run, legs wobbly, to bury their faces in the open arms of their mothers, as the women pull down kerchiefs to protect their eyes.