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Building the Resilience of Refugee Children At least three million children in Syria have grown up knowing nothing but war. In a recent survey conducted by Save the Children inside Syria, two-thirds of the children reported that they have experienced their house being bombed, suffered from war-related injuries, or lost a loved one from the war. Many Syrian children have developed psychological scars and experienced toxic stress, increasing their future risk of suicide, heart disease, diabetes, substance abuse and depression.

Students (4 to 6 years old) walking through school yard to classroom in a refugee camp in Jordan.

Photo credit: Save the Children.

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