Every year on June 20, the United Nations sets the "World Refugee Day" to commemorate refugees around the world, hoping to draw people's attention to the refugee issue and recognize and respect the contributions and sacrifices refugees have made to society.
According to the statistics of the United phone database Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, more than 100 million people have been displaced since May this year. On the one hand, it is affected by the outbreak of the Russian-Ukrainian war, and on the other hand, it is the result of regional conflicts that have never ended around the world. Slide 1 Photo Credit: TNL Brand Studio Among them, the Syrian civil war has been going on for more than ten years since it began in 2011.
The number of children in urgent need of help due to the continuous war has been increasing, but the international focus and resource injection have gradually faded away. According to a statement released by UNICEF on May 8 this year, there are 6.5 million refugee children in Syria alone. If the total number of refugee children who have fled to surrounding areas is included, there are nearly 12.3 million children in need of help. The number has broken the highest record since the Civil War crisis began.