Experts note that the conflict and still-volatile security may be behind the rise of a skewed ratio between boys and girls.
Displaced people struggle with access to basic utilities as they wait for permanent solution.
Boy waits for urgently-needed chemotherapy as border crossing with Turkey remains closed.
Psychological support essential to process the trauma of living through a natural disaster.
A woman in the Idlib countryside shares her experience of living in a tent, unable to send her children to school.
A 16-year-old boy in southern Aleppo describes how he lost his family in the earthquake.
Kyiv estimates that hundreds of thousands may have been taken to Russia, in some cases forcibly adopted.
There can be no sustainable peace without a definitive confirmation of right and wrong.
The notion of family is still strongly influenced by rigid norms in this conservative nation.
As the practice thrives, experts warn that oversight is crucial to ensure protection and prevent exploitation.