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To mark the three-year anniversary of the conflict in Syria, World Vision invited children living as refugees to write a report to share their biggest concerns and propose solutions to end the suffering.
Report entirely written and researched by Syrian children, with the text unaltered, helps shed light on the crisis through children's eyes.
Member CEOs of InterAction, the largest alliance of U.S.-based international relief and development organizations, wish to express our deep concern for the families of the Syrian Arab Republic as the war enters its fourth year with no end in sight.
2015 was a particularly harsh year for children, says UNICEF, which noted in a recent report that nearly 230 million children live in countries affected by war. Here are the top crises of 2015.
Children fleeing Syria's conflict cannot afford another year of bloodshed, suffering and missed education, warn aid agencies.
Despite mentioning the conflict three times in his 65-minute State of the Union speech, President Obama remained silent on the human face of the crisis.
As world leaders discuss Syria’s future, World Vision asked these children to explain what peace means to them.
An open letter to world leaders, on behalf of Syria's children.