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Seven years after fleeing Zimbabwe in fear of his life and seeking refuge in the UK, Wonder has finally been reunited with his family.
Being pregnant at any time can be difficult, but being pregnant during monsoon floods brings particularly serious challenges.
When Abu's family crossed the border into Jordan, the army told them they were lucky. If they had tried to cross just three minutes before, they might have died.
After watching two shocking bomb attacks in Damascus on television, Syrian student Batoul wanted to help people affected by the ongoing violence in Syria.
26 Sep 2012
To make the crossing from Syria to Jordan, Nadia had to give her disabled sons sleeping pills and carry them for four days.
Noura works for a psycho-social programme in Jordan. Recently, she has been helping Syrian refugees.
At the Syrian Arab Red Crescent health centre in Mezzeh, Damascus, nine-year-old Raneem is receiving treatment for her growth hormone deficiency.
Before the conflict in Syria, Rania ran a hair salon and her husband worked in construction. They had a house, a car, and a good life.
When Ruba and her two children first arrived in Jordan, they slept in a garden for two days because they had no other choice.
After three days of action packed hands-on learning, Kriti Khatri is confident she can help her neighbours and loved ones when an earthquake happens.
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