Victims of Displacement \ when the tent becomes a dreamer
Shabby tents become the dream of the displaced children, and their fundamental rights become only wishes, never to be fulfilled.
Tents are not shelter. They do not protect from freeing cold or intense heat, nor from snakes or scorpions, and they offer no privacy.
The children’s little faces are drawn and tired, they look older than their years due to daily suffering and hardship.
All children deserve a normal life.