A 15-year-old boy who lost his arm during an airstrike In Syria now lives meal-to-meal with his family in a refugee camp. Photo: World Vision A 15-year-old boy who lost his arm during an airstrike In Syria now lives meal-to-meal with his family in a refugee camp. Photo: World Vision
A 15-year-old boy who lost his arm during an airstrike In Syria now lives meal-to-meal with his family in a refugee camp. Photo: World Vision

Letters | Refugees hit hard by coronavirus pandemic must not be left to suffer alone

  • The 25.9 million refugees around the world now face a health crisis on top of livelihood and security worries. Their struggles must not be forgotten, particularly on World Refugee Day

Topic |   Disease
A 15-year-old boy who lost his arm during an airstrike In Syria now lives meal-to-meal with his family in a refugee camp. Photo: World Vision A 15-year-old boy who lost his arm during an airstrike In Syria now lives meal-to-meal with his family in a refugee camp. Photo: World Vision
A 15-year-old boy who lost his arm during an airstrike In Syria now lives meal-to-meal with his family in a refugee camp. Photo: World Vision
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