Childhood During Wartime on Syria

childhood during wartime on syria
childhood during wartime on syria

Pre-war children in Syria account for about 40% of the population under the age of 18.

Hence, it is important to have a real understanding of the effects of war on these children to build correct perceptions of the future.

It is no secret that the Syrian children were affected by the various aspects of the war.

They did not enjoy health care, security or education, according to the percentage of their presence in the various regions, as well as the suffering of the loss, kidnapping and various violations they suffered in areas controlled by armed groups. Hard labor and sexual and doctrinal exploitation.

We are working on the oral history of the effects of the war on Syria. It should be said that our project on documenting the war against Syria in general and the war on childhood in particular will include all aspects of life, social, economic, cultural, educational and health.
The project on documenting the war on childhood in Syria includes a number of axes, including working children, users and exploiters, as well as children injured and wounded by war, and children displaced in shelters.

Documenting the testimonies of mothers who lost their children will also be documented.
The documentation will be carried out systematically through a number of meetings in which specific and targeted questions will be addressed.

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