Reeling from the immense darkness and sorrow of war, loss and disability, children find an outlet for their troubles and learn to hope again.
A Syrian refugee set himself ablaze at a UN office Wednesday after aid was cut off to his family. The incident underscores the plight many Syrian families are facing, as detailed in a new UN report.
Residents of the informal camp of al-Dalhamiya in Lebanon's Bekaa Valley were ordered to move to another site for security reasons.
Jordanian homeowners are receiving help to renovate or complete construction on their properties, which are then rented to Syrian refugees.
Government and grassroots initiatives have been attempting to quell tensions between Syrian refugee and host communities in Lebanon.
The official registration of children born in Lebanon to Syrian refugees will pave the way for the eventual return of these families to Syria.
The Ministry of Education, UNHCR and UNICEF are working with schools and refugees to resolve enrollment issues and open more shifts.
Reading sessions, group breakfasts, theatrical performances, art and sporting activities are helping children cope with the trauma of war.
Around 50 companies scouted for candidates to fill some 1,000 positions during a Wednesday job fair at Jordan's Zataari refugee camp.
Relationships and trust between the Lebanese and Syrian communities have been improving since ISIS left the area, local officials say.