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Sidra, 13, is a young Palestine refugee who for over half her life has only known Syria's brutal conflict. She and her family fled their home in the besieged area of Ein Al Tarma, East Ghouta, Damascus. She has not seen her father since he disappeared seven years ago. Going to school, dreaming of a better future and fulfilling her ambitions bring her respite in the crisis. She wonders whether there will ever be a time when life will feel normal again. https://www.unrwa.org/myvoicemyschool
Lauty23 S9 mons ago
That;s really cool to record these things and it's really touching
vem com a ni9 mons ago
This is another life I can't touch. I really feel sorry for you.
I know you are missing you father so much , and I wish your family can get a big reunion one day.
Rodrigo Colina.10 mons ago
Be strong, and your dream will come true one day.
Todd Vance10 mons ago
Poor you, but believe me your life will be better and better.
Burak Çay10 mons ago
When I was young, I liked to watch TV and study, so that my grades were very poor.