This animation is one of our ‘Unfairy Tales’ series that brings to life the true stories of the Syrian crisis’ youngest survivors.
According to the United Nations, both parties to the conflict have committed war crimes violating human rights. As of the end of 2016, the war has killed more than 400,000 people, and more than 6.3 million people are internally displaced in Syria. Over 5.5 million Syrians fled to foreign countries and received a refugee status, where half of them are children. More than 80 per cent of the Syrian children have been harmed by the country's conflict, living in poverty, working instead of going to school or marrying young to survive.
What did Mustafa experience? What were the difficulties that he encountered? (Hint: family life? Housing/shelter? Toys?)
What were the basic necessities that Mustafa missed from? (Hints: physical/ psychological aspect? Daily necessities for survival?)
Who can help Mustafa? Why?
UNICEF HK (2018) - Booklet of UN Convention on the Rights of the Child
#SyriaCrisis: 5 years in 60 seconds