Video: Syria Three Years On

AKAAR/LEBANON. November 2013. 42-year-old Anna Al Naser with her children in front of their ShelterBox tent. She said, 'My hope is only for my children to be safe and we go back to our home country... and that the shelling stops.' (Rebecca Novell/ShelterBox)
AKAAR/LEBANON. November 2013. 42-year-old Anna Al Naser with her children in front of their ShelterBox tent. She said, ‘My hope is only for my children to be safe and we go back to our home country… and that the shelling stops.’ (Rebecca Novell/ShelterBox)
It’s been three years since conflict broke out in Syria. Over 9 million people have been forced from their homes in the war-torn country having been exposed to violence and unremitting fighting. The majority now remain within the borders with no home to go to and no possessions. Over 2.5 million refugees, three quarters of them being women and children, still seek safety and shelter across neighbouring countries.
ShelterBox continues to work with partners in Syria and Lebanon to bring shelter and other vital aid to the most vulnerable families, as seen in this video:
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