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Syrian children sleeping inside their family's tent in the Bekaa Valley, #Lebanon. As the war drags on, the camps are becoming more cramped. Moises Saman/Save the Children

Syrian children sleeping inside their family's tent in the Bekaa Valley, in Lebanon. As the war drags on, the camps are becoming more cramped. Moises Saman/Save the Children

Two young Syrian #refugees in a collective shelter in #Lebanon. Programmes for the refugees are being affected by funding shortages. © UNHCR/S.Malkawi

Two young Syrian in a collective shelter in Programmes for the refugees are being affected by funding shortages. © UNHCR/S.

Young boys have set up small stalls at the side of the road in the camp, to earn a little income for their parents. Most sell a few pulses, salt, beans, soap and pairs of sandals. The straw huts, in the background, belong to refugees who arrived in 2011, whereas the newer arrivals live in tents or under trees.  Photo: Alun McDonald/Oxfam, 3 Mar 2012

Young boys have set up small stalls at the side of the road in the camp, to earn a little income for their parents. Most sell a few pulses, salt, beans, soap and pairs of sandals. The straw huts, in the background, belong to refugees who arrived in 2011, whereas the newer arrivals live in tents or under trees. Photo: Alun McDonald/Oxfam, 3 Mar 2012

Save the Children - Syrian Children in Crisis

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#Refugees in Chad. Photo: United Nations/Flickr via Women's Refugee Commission

#Refugees in Chad. Photo: United Nations/Flickr via Women's Refugee Commission

Day 8: “I sell more ice during Ramadan, because people use it for Iftar time drinks like sharbat, mint shlombey and water. People here are extremely poor and so I often give small pieces of ice to children for free. I’m not a rich man and can’t give Zakat (charity), so this is my way of helping.”  Dauod, 35, fled Afghanistan with his family when he was two. He now runs a small grocery shop inside the I-12 refugee settlement in Pakistan.   Duniya Aslam Khan for UNHCR

Day 8: “I sell more ice during Ramadan, because people use it for Iftar time drinks like sharbat, mint shlombey and water. People here are extremely poor and so I often give small pieces of ice to children for free. I’m not a rich man and can’t give Zakat (charity), so this is my way of helping.” Dauod, 35, fled Afghanistan with his family when he was two. He now runs a small grocery shop inside the I-12 refugee settlement in Pakistan. Duniya Aslam Khan for UNHCR

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Congolese Refugees flee to Rwanda. This newly arrived little girl waits with her family’s belongings in Rwanda. UNHCR / A.

Syrian Children In Crisis - Syrian children warm their hands around a coal fire to fight the bitter cold of the desert winter

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The grown-ups seem to be having as much fun as these delighted Syrian children, who now have something to smile about in Nizip-1 camp, which hosts more than 10,000 refugees.<br>© UNHCR/A.Akad

Aid workers and Syrian children at the Nizip 1 camp try out some of the toys sent from Paris. © UNHCR/A.

More than 1 million children have fled Syria due to the ongoing crisis. Now Rana and her family fear the coming winter. See how you can help: http://www.savethechildren.org/site/c.8rKLIXMGIpI4E/b.7998857/k.D075/Syria.htm?msource=wespisrc1013 #SyriaCrisis

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