Hope for Spring

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Raghad, a refugee from the Syrian civil war, drew her past in Syria with all the things she loves best, including flowers, trees, sunshine, birds, and her house. (bottom panel).

Then she decided to put some into the middle panel that shows her life in Lebanon where she and her family live in a tent in a refugee settlement. “There are not really trees and flowers there, but I love them so I put some in,” says the 11-year-old.

In the future she wants to teach English in Syria. In her drawing, the children ride the bus to school and the walls of the school protect them, she says. 

Photo©2016 World Vision, Jon Warren

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