Resilience of Young Students in Aleppo, Syria

Collection with 6 media items created by Transterra Editor

03 Oct 2013 16:00

Children continue studying despite the dire condition of schools in Aleppo, Syria.

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Children's Resilience in Aleppo 1
Aleppo, Syria
By Walid Al Ahmad
01 Oct 2013

Aleppo- Syria, October 1, 2013: Heba Basmage, a 9 year-old diagnosed with cancer, was being treated before the revolution, but now does not have access to a hospital to continue her therapy. She insisted to continue her education.

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Children's Resilience in Aleppo 2
Aleppo, Syria
By Walid Al Ahmad
01 Oct 2013

Aleppo- Syria, October 1, 2013: Heba Basmage, a 9 year-old diagnosed with cancer, was being treated before the revolution, but now does not have access to a hospital to continue her therapy. She insisted to continue her education.

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Children's Resilience in Aleppo 3
Aleppo, Syria
By Walid Al Ahmad
01 Oct 2013

Fatema Jazmati, age 11 years, -standing in the back of her class at a school in Aleppo, Syria. There are not enough chairs and she is tall, so she stands in the back sin order to not block the view of her friends.

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Children's Resilience in Aleppo 4
Aleppo, Syria
By Walid Al Ahmad
01 Oct 2013

Khaled and Mohammed Khoder are brothers, aged 11 and 12 years old. They are in the same class in Aleppo, Syria, determined and focused.

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Children's Resilience in Aleppo 5
Aleppo, Syria
By Walid Al Ahmad
01 Oct 2013

Yasmin Mohammed, 10 years-old, wanted to show the sign of victory or martyrdom, in Aleppo - Syria (October 1, 2013) inside her school.

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Children's Resilience in Aleppo 6
ALEPPO- SYRIA
By Walid Al Ahmad
01 Oct 2013

Kawla Yazage, 8 years-old, playing tag with her friends in the school yard.