This World Refugee Week, we’re celebrating the incredibly brave children who are healing after being forced to leave their homes due to conflict.
My life and that of my children turned upside down when we lost my husband in an airstrike. In a heartbeat, everything changed.
The impacts of COVID-19 on Hamas’ family left her unable to go to school. This story is all too common for families in Yemen, who must place daily survival over their children’s education.
When Islamic State (ISIS) forces attacked their village in Northern Iraq, Soleen and her family were forced to flee their home. Now living in a camp for those displaced by the conflict, Soleen attends a War Child community centre where she can play, learn and be a child again.
War Child's new report, Being Kept Behind, reveals the catastrophic impact it is having on children's fundamental right to an education.
War has been an unwelcome friend for children in the Central African Republic but, thanks to the players of People’s Postcode Lottery, many are building brighter futures.
Since 2016 War Child has been working in partnership with the IKEA Foundation to provide a programme that helps children play, learn and develop.
With recent attacks against NGOs, Afghanistan continues to be one of the most complex and challenging places to work.
One in six children across the world are living in areas impacted by war. Millions are out of school. Access to education, and to books, is crucial for children affected by war.