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In Lebanon, Child Friendly Spaces provide a safe environment of learning and play for Syrian refugee children

TRIPOLI, Lebanon, 25 September 2012 – “When my school was destroyed, my dream of becoming a doctor was destroyed,”says Asu*, 11.He is sitting in the courtyard of the WadiAnnakhlepublic school, outside Tripoli, which is housing Syrian refugees. He looks down. “There was a lot of shooting and bombs where we lived in Syria, and even the mosque was destroyed. It was terrible, andI saw homeless children in the streets, children who didn’t have food.”

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