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A newly-arrived Syrian refugee boy carries his familys belongings to the new Jordanian Emirati refugee camp, Mrajeeb al-Fhood, in Zarqa, Jordan.

A newly-arrived Syrian refugee boy carries his familys belongings to the new Jordanian Emirati refugee camp, Mrajeeb al-Fhood, in Zarqa, Jordan.

Gordon Brown's school plan for Syria's refugees

Gordon Brown's Syrian refugee school plan

Syria's refugee crisis is also threatening to become a long-term education disaster.

MSF: A Syrian refugee carries his two-year-old daughter in the makeshift and rain-soaked Taybeh refugee camp outside Baalbek in Lebanon's Bekaa Valley, January 18, 2013. Unhygienic conditions in the camp are leading to various communicable illnesses, especially among children. The camp is home to approximately 300 people who fled conflict in Syria. Lebanon 2013 © Michael Goldfarb

Photos: Lebanon 2013 © Michael Goldfarb A Deteriorating Humanitarian Situation for Syrian Refugees in Lebanon The MSF report, “Misery Beyond the War Zone,” shows that many of the Syrians who.

Hugo and the kids in Mentao refugee camp, northern Burkina Faso. August 2012 / UNHCR / H. Caux

Hugo and the kids in Mentao refugee camp, northern Burkina Faso. August 2012 / UNHCR / H.

South Sudan One Year On

South Sudan's refugee camps flooded – in pictures

Jamam refugee camp: South Sudan Amuna Mol, a mother of three, grinds sorghum by hand outside her tent. The sorghum is pounded into kisra, a traditional Sudanese flatbread that forms the basis of her family's meals Photograph: Alun McDonald/Oxfam

Number of Syrian #refugees tops 1.5 million mark with many more expected - Syrian families continue to flee across borders. This photograph was taken at the Jordan border. © UNHCR/J.Kohler

Number of Syrian tops million mark with many more expected - Syrian families continue to flee across borders. This photograph was taken at the Jordan border. © UNHCR/J.

A refugee child, separated from her parents, waits at a camp in Africa. Photo: Reuters

A refugee child, separated from her parents, waits at a camp in Africa.

Amid the horrors of conflict, UNHCR in Syria is trying to preserve for refugees the moments of normality, self-development and creativity. Three new community centres in Daraa, Sweida, Tartous are providing refugees with crucial psychosocial support.  Photo: ©UNHCR/GOPA

This photo was taken in Daraa, one of UNHCR’s three new community centres in Syria. Amid the horrors of conflict, UNHCR in Syria is trying to preserve.

On the way to register this morning, she told us, “We need help. We hope this will end so we can go back to our house, back to our home. We need to feel peace and stability. We cannot ask for anything more.”

On the way to register this morning, she told us, “We need help. We need to feel peace and stability.

A walk on the beach offers a temporary break from the difficulty of life right now. “I imagined I would come to Lebanon as a tourist. Not a refugee.”

A walk on the beach offers a temporary break from the difficulty of life right now. “I imagined I would come to Lebanon as a tourist. Not a refugee.” Says Bouchra, Syrian refugee number 1 million (taking refuge in Tripoli, Lebanon).

Syrian refugee girls cleans a tea kettle with a water tap in al-Zaatari refugee camp, near the Syrian border north of Amman.

Syrian refugee girls cleans a tea kettle with a water tap in al-Zaatari refugee camp, near the Syrian border north of Amman.

An Unrelenting Crisis by Lynsey Addario- Slide Show - NYTimes.com Zakaria Deeb, 31, stands in front of his tent in a squatters camp outside of the Kilis refugee camp. He had traveled 100 miles with his family, chasing a false rumor that refugees would be allowed into a Turkish-run camp.  Instead, the Deebs were now squatting in a gravel strewn field across from the camp sleeping under plastic sheets hanging from a cypress tree.

An Unrelenting Crisis

An Unrelenting Crisis by Lynsey Addario- Slide Show - NYTimes.com Zakaria Deeb, 31, stands in front of his tent in a squatters camp outside of the Kilis refugee camp. He had traveled 100 miles with his family, chasing a false rumor that refugees would be allowed into a Turkish-run camp. Instead, the Deebs were now squatting in a gravel strewn field across from the camp sleeping under plastic sheets hanging from a cypress tree.

Newly arrived refugees from Central African Republic rest in their temporary shelter in Dosseye #refugee camp in #Chad. They arrived at the camp the previous day after walking for two to four months through the bush with very little food. Many of them come from Boda, where they fled recent attacks. UNHCR/C.Fohlen/ May 2014

Newly arrived refugees from Central African Republic rest in their temporary shelter in Dosseye #refugee camp in #Chad. They arrived at the camp the previous day after walking for two to four months through the bush with very little food. Many of them come from Boda, where they fled recent attacks. UNHCR/C.Fohlen/ May 2014

With space inside the camp exhausted, new arrivals have started to erect temporary shelters around the edges. Many have nowhere else to go. This informal part of the camp is located on private land, outside the site's official boundariesPhotograph: Christian Jepsen/Norwegian Refugee Council

Syrian refugees set up home in Iraq's Domiz camp – in pictures

With space inside the camp exhausted, new arrivals have started to erect temporary shelters around the edges. Many have nowhere else to go. This informal part of the camp is located on private land, outside the site's official boundariesPhotograph: Christian Jepsen/Norwegian Refugee Council

Malian #refugee children play on a partially erected tent in Mentao, a day after arriving at the site. © UNHCR/B.Sokol

Malian children play on a partially erected tent in Mentao, a day after arriving at the site. © UNHCR/B.

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