The brutal civil war in Syria has killed at least 150,000 people. Refugees that managed to escape now live at al-Hussein Palestinian refugee camp in Amman, Jordan. Their only source of help is the humanitarian aid. What makes this humanitarian crisis worse is the plight of the children. Over 1.2 million Syrian children have fled Syria for safety, and more than 4 million children remain displaced inside the country. By year-end, an estimated 2 million Syrian children will be refugees.What’s more, two-thirds of Syrian refugee children and a further 3 million children inside Syria are out of school. These children have lost their homes, seen their loved ones killed, their schools destroyed and their hopes eroded. They have been physically or psychologically wounded and are vulnerable to the worst types of exploitation. What keeps these families going is the hope to one day return to their beloved country.