No running water, no bathroom facilities, no wood to make fire.
The women and children who live in this area inhabit tents or mud huts scattered on the land.
With dirt floors, no play area for the children, no schools, no food, no warmth in winter—they struggle daily just to survive.
They are more of the victims of Assad’s war, forced to choose between leaving their homes, or watching their children be killed by bombs.
The harsh life takes its toll on them all. The women age faster than other women, and the children know only this life of hardship.
Please keep them in your prayers in hopes that this situation will end soon.