Dooah Shaal and her four children – Izmir, Turkey

Dooah Shaal and her four children – Izmir, Turkey

This young family, originally from Aleppo, has found refuge from the Syrian conflict in Izmir, Turkey. Dooah and her husband, Muhammad, now deceased, and their four children were living on the first floor of a house in which Muhammad’s parents

Jomana Dabol and her four children – Reyhanli, Turkey

 Jomana and her children are originally from Latakia, Syria. The family fled their home country with their father in the beginning stages of the Syrian War, in April 2012. They found refuge in Turkey, but once they were there, the

Turkyeh and Huusain Ali Al-Zwaiher and their four children- Bekaa Valley, Lebanon

This family of six has found temporary refuge in the Bekaa Valley area in Lebanon, after witnessing the destruction of their home by bomb blasts in the Syrian district of Al Tabka, within the city of Al Raqqa. The father,

Turkyeh Ahmad Al Saleh and four children, including 6-year-old Faisal with disability in legs who cannot move without assistance – Lebanon

Turkyeh and her children are living as refugees in a camp in Lebanon, Jordan. The family is originally from Syria; their home was very near to Raqqa City Airport. That home was  destroyed in the heavy bombings that have been

Lutfiye Sehiber, Iman and seven children/grandchildren- Adana, Turkey

After Lutfiye lost her husband and three of her sons in the Syrian War, she and her daughter-in-law, Iman, and the children of her deceased sons migrated to Turkey. The nine of them are now sharing one room in Adana,

Khalida Bekiar, young widow with four children – Istanbul, Turkey

  Khalida is a young mother whose husband never returned from episodic fighting in Aleppo where the family is originally from. A hairdresser who earned solid income in her previous life in Syria, Khalida, along with her four children, are now

Istedar Diab and family -Tripoli, Lebanon

back Istedar and her children escaped from their home when it was hit in the crossfire of continuous Syrian War violence. Istedar’s husband and father of her children, was kidnapped and later found dead. After living in hiding in the

Layla and Hassan and their six children -Bekaa, Lebanon

Layla, Hassan and their six children, ages two to nine (including two sets of twins) left Syria when fighting erupted between the free army and rebel forces in their village. The free army forced the family out of their home

Suaad and Qasim Mohamed Jasem -Amman, Jordan

Suaad and Qasim and their children are originally from an area known as Al Salem, in Baghdad, Iraq. In 2009, Qasim, who worked as a cleaner at a military facility, was kidnapped by an unknown group of men. After several

Fayet Muhammed Mahmud, his wife and their seven children -Gaziantep,Turkey

This large family is living in Gaziantep,Turkey after first escaping bombings in their village in the Damascus suburbs in 2013 and fleeing subsequent violent conditions in Raqqua and Kobani on their difficult journey. As Kurdish Syrian refugees living in Turkey,