Flatbread distribution was used in our study as a cost-effective and widespread way of distributing parenting information to families within Syria.
Drawing and painting activities were much enjoyed by children with the opportunity for children to post their drawings, paintings and letters in a post box which will be taken to Turkey on our next visit and handed out to displaced Syrian children.
Musician playing cultural music
Children's drawings and paintings
We exhibited over 40 drawings and paintings made by children living in refugee camps on the Syrian-Turkish border. The pictures showed through their eyes the destruction, violence, trauma and loss that children caught up in the Syrian conflict are having to experience and the psychological effects this is having on them.
A city under fire
Drawn by a child in Year 9 living in Qah Refugee Camp, Syria
Drawing by a 12-year-old boy who wrote "Oh lord, when will my dream become a reality?"
Doves protecting baby doves
Drawn by an 11-year-old boy living in Qah Refugee Camp in Syria
Tragedies of war
Drawn by a girl
Tank shooting missles
Drawn by boy in Year 9
Drawn by an 11-year-old boy living in Qah Refugee Camp, Syria
Missles and tanks
Drawn by a girl in Year 5 living in Qah Refugee Camp, Syria
Drawn by an 11-year girl living in Qah Refugee Camp, Syria. She wrote: "The Arab spring remains dead and will stay dead forever"