Syrian refugee children, pictured in 2013, living in northern Lebanon in an unfinished building. Photograph courtesy of the Department for International Development in the U.K.
It’s been more than five years since I spoke to Zeinab, a young girl from Syria living in a tattered tent within a makeshift refugee camp in Lebanon. But her story is seared into my memory, one of both paralyzing fear and burgeoning hope.
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