Photos by A.M. Ahad Eleven-year-old Al Amin and his friends work 10 hours a day, six days a week, sawing aluminum sheets and pounding them into bowls and plates.
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Syria Refugee Children Fear For Their Future
Photos by Muhammed Muheisen About half of the 4.8 million Syrians who fled their homeland are children, and some of the most vulnerable live in dozens of makeshift tent camps, including in Jordan, which has taken in close to 640,000 refugees.
Myanmar Monastery Schools
Photos by Gemunu Amarasinghe As a bell rings, novice Buddhist monks and nuns in their saffron and pink robes, and other children in crisp white shirts, file barefoot up the stairs to line up for their morning assembly at the Bahan Thone Htat monastic school in Yangon.
Migrant Children at Play
Among the hundreds of thousands of people making their way across Europe, fleeing conflict and poverty in places like Syria and Iraq, there are many families whose young children find things to smile about even after harrowing experiences and long journeys.