More than two million Syrians have fled their country's civil war, now stepping into in its forth year since Syrians rose up, seeking shelter in neighbouring countries such as Jordan, Lebanon, Turkey and Iraq.
At least half of the refugees living over Syrian border - 1.1 million - are children. Lots of them trapped between work or school, as they become a cheap labour. Many are fast becoming primary providers for their families as their parents can't find jobs in exile. They work long hours of manual labour in fields, farms and shops for little pay, according to a U.N. report. Their little hands are useful in mechanic shops or restaurants where kids usually find work. Others are send to the street to resell different little product, clean shoes or simply bag for money. The war created to called “lost generation” of Syrian children, who before the war almost universally attended elementary school. Now fewer than half are in school; among refugees in Lebanon, the figure is 12 percent.