• “I feel like every day, we just wait…”

    Amer* spent his childhood isolated, trying to cope with the trauma of war. This interactive video takes you inside his camp in Jordan, and provides a compelling insight into the daily life of a refugee child.

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    Amer was forced to leave his home in Syria and now lives as a refugee in Jordan. He has been shot at, wounded and has lived alongside the death and destruction of war.

    This immersive 360-degree video takes you inside Amer’s camp and gives you an insight into the reality of life as a Syrian refugee child.

    Invisible Wounds

    Six years of war is having a devastating impact on the mental health of Syrian children. Save the Children has just released the largest and most comprehensive study into children’s mental health and well-being ever undertaken inside Syria.

    Take Action

    Please help us urge the Australian Government to be part of a global commitment to support children’s mental health and wellbeing in emergencies.

    * Name changed to protect identity.