RADIA, ABSI, MOHAMMAD
CITY OF ORIGIN: IDLIB
LENGTH OF DISPLACEMENT: 2 YEARS
STATUS: EXTREME POVERTY, INSTABILITY, VIOLENCE
OUR FAMILY: RADIA (12), ABSI (11), MOHAMMAD (10)
We left our home in Idlib to escape the violence and heavy bombardment over our city. Our mother works as a maid in an orphanage and our father collects garbage. Since leaving our home in Idlib, Absi has not been able to attend school, instead he works odd jobs and often collects garbage with our father to help support our family. After Karam visited us last month, Absi is able to quit his job; he is looking forward to starting school. He will be starting 4th grade.
UPDATE - SEPTEMBER 2016: "This summer, we visited our relatives, which was a little boring but they’re family, so what can we do? We are so excited to go back to school. Radia is so serious and excited because she is going to be a doctor one day, and we are all so happy. We are going to be learning computer sciences which is really exciting! One thing we will miss about the summer is seeing our grandmother but honestly, we are too excited to start school." - Mohamad + Absi
UPDATE - JANUARY 2017: "This semester we went on a field trip to the park and had a party for our teachers at school. I got pretty good grades and so did Absi and Mohammad. Absi, Mohammad, and I all love Math class. Some subjects are still a little difficult for us, but our father helps us study every day and he tells us that we are improving." -Love, Radia
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