For these Syrian refugee children living in random camps in Jordan close to the Syrian border, they have their lives forcibly taken away from them.
More than just shelter, food and water, there is another aspect that these children crucially need - an education. These children fled the war in Syria and with little to no access to learning, it could be detrimental to their growth and development.
For these refugee communities that travel away from home, they suffer from many issues like:
- Lack of healthcare
- No sewage system
- No clean drinking water
- Lack of shelter and food
- No schools, education or teaching
- Bad weather conditions
- Far away from education centres
The children in these camps and communities are deprived of support, protection, resources and the rights that they are supposed to enjoy, such as their birth registration, food, water and education. Due to the challenges that they face, various different issues are borne out of it, such as child labour, violence, under-age marriages for girls, and dropping out of school.