This month three Syrian-Americans will launch a new project to help the most powerless victims of the Syrian conflict: young children. Known asCamp Zeitouna, the arts and sports training program for young adults will be held at theAtmeh Refugee Camp - one of the largest such camps located inside Syria.
Conditions for the 28,000 refugees in this camp are miserable - with inconsistent access to running water and healthy food. Many of these men, women and children fled their homes and villages to seek refuge and now live in thousands of tents among the former olive groves in this town along the Syrian-Turkish border.
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