Since 2011, schools are systematically bombed, despite international laws, and Syrian children dream to attend school.
The Safe School Declaration has been signed recently by some countries, but , in the facts, Syrian kids have their only education at home. If they are lucky enough to have educated parents (or mother, in many cases), this is not a problem, but in the reality, their family is dismantled by the war : often , the father killed or disappeared, and the mother , unfit to be a teacher for her children.
We must add the fact of forced displacement : many kids live in refugees camps, and have no support to learn.The UNICEF and the Red Crescent try to send furnitures in camps, but the precariousness is a real problem.
The case of Bana Alabed , who survived with fantasy novels, is an exception.
On Twitter, the hashtag #notatarget was applicable to schools as to hospitals, at a time when Assad and Putin bombed all necessities in shelled towns.
In some cases, photos tell more than words : this is the case of Syrian children during these seven years of the Syrian genocide.
Their family of the White Helmets attempt to make them live a childhood.
Moreover, the White Helmets are worldwide known for having saved children such as Omran, in 2016:
As rescuers, they educate the children: