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Mohammed is a 54-year-old Syrian man with two disabled sons. He lives in Domiz, a large refugee camp in Kurdistan, northern Iraq.

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Syria has been in a civil war for the past 5 years. 12,2 million Syrian people are depending on humanitarian aid. 92% of the Syrian refugees are given shelter in the 4 neighboring countries. 250.000 of them have found refuge in Iraq. Over 50% of the refugees are children. The majority of them have not been educated in the past 5 years...

In December 2015 Stichting Vluchteling and VR Gorilla worked together to film this series of portraits in Kurdistan, the Northern part of Iraq.

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Deven DuBuque9 mons ago
Come on! I believe that happiness will eventually come!
Enos Kutch9 mons ago
Everyone should be treated with gentleness and love. I hope their life will be better and better.
Neha Fisher9 mons ago
We are all sorry for what you have been through and hope your life will get better and better.
Great job guys !!! Just followed you !
Damaris Keeling9 mons ago
We express our sympathy to the people in Syria who have suffered or are suffering, and hope that world peace will cease to be a war and that innocent civilians will not be harmed.