Turkey spends $1.1 billion on making Syrians/refugees lives better. Plus, celebrities come to the camps to give presents.
Refugees who protested on their migration restrictions after authorities barred them from leaving the area where they stay pending medical checks.
Although some refugees are given warm welcomes, in Germany, Arab men are accused of robbing and attacking German women. Refugees are also often accused of property damage.
The older generation in Germany welcomed refugees into their country. Now, the new generation doesn't accept the superiority of one culture over the other.
Refugees are often welcome into refugee camps. Usually, refugees are given homes and materials.
The houses in camps are typically small wooden, one-room hut or tents. Homes are usually over crowded and temporary.
In refugee camps, there are limited options for food, medical resources, and educational opportunities.
Refugee camps in Greece are meant to hold 7,000 refugees, but now are dealing with twice that number.
Only 50% of refugees have access to education. These schools aren't as privileged and are often very condensed.
Children walk to a public water distribution for them and their family. Water is distributed by trucks
Refugees walk in large groups carrying their loved ones and necessities with them to their new location.
More than 5 million Syrians have been internally displaced from the war. This means that half of all Syrians have been forced out of their homes.
Syria is where more than 4.5 million refugees fled from. They flee to neighboring countries such as Europe, Jordan, Lebanon, Turkey, Egypt, and Iraq.
People in Syria are desperate for relocation into safe areas. So, they pay smugglers and cram more than 100 people onto a small boat. In 2016, the death rate was one out of 88 people. People are so desperate they take that risk to find a better life.
All parties to the conflict have committed war crimes such as; murder, torture, rape, and enforced disappearances on civilians. The parties also have been accused of blocking access to food, water and health services to make the civilians suffer as a method of war. Barrel bombs are dropped from government air crafts.