World Vision recently worked with NPR on a story highlighting the challenges of one Syrian refugee family in Lebanon. The segment focuses on Fatmeh, a 15-year-old girl who was once a star pupil and now is forced to work in the fields to help her family survive. Her voiceover recorded in English was done by World Vision Lebanon communicator Mona Daoud, who also acted as a translator and guide for the trip. Daoud wrote a blog about her experience available here.
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