A must-see video brings the conflict home and shows how young lives change in times of crisis.
All it takes is a purple crayon.
A mom and refugee from Syria talks about making tough choices to bring her family to safety.
Syria is facing the biggest refugee crisis of our time. Here's how you can help.
It's time to pay attention to what's happening in Syria and surrounding countries: a humanitarian disaster with children bearing the greatest burden.
After a visitor from Oxfam helped her tell her story, Reema, 12, has been writing poetry about her situation and her desire to return to Syria.
"We left because we were afraid of the bombings in Syria. When we saw the bombing of [our] school we thought they bombed all schools all over the world."
2,500 to 3,000 refugees from Syria are now crossing into Jordan each day. Many of them are children.
Marie Arana's recent op-ed in the New York Times touches on many of the same inequality issues I saw during a visit to Peru.