Here's a video from our friends at World Vision that captures the Syrian conflict through the eyes of children. Many of the refugees who escaped Syria never anticipated being away from home so long. Many left in summer and only brought what was necessary for the warmer months - now that it's winter they find themselves unprepared and freezing. It's up to the international community to step in and help.
If you're interested in helping you can contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit World Vision's website.
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