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Through children's eyes

29 March 2017, Voices from the Field

Take an immersive 360-degree tour inside Amer’s camp to get an insight into the reality of life as a Syrian refugee child.

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

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 wellbeing ever undertaken inside Syria. Read the report, Invisible Wounds here.

* Name changed to protect identity.
Video produced by RYOT.

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