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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 March 2011- Ongoing 10 75% of refugees are women and children 2 million+ have fled Syria Protests against President Bashar al-Assad's government Syrian War 150,000+ have been killed 4% 10% 21% 34% 31% JordanLebanonTurkeyIraqEgypt Syrian Refugees Per Country Canada has committed over $630 million in humanitarian, development and security assistance Canada committed to taking in 1,300 Syrians by the end of 2014 So far, no more than 10 have arrived in Canada from refugee camps in the Middle East President Bashar al-Assad, President of Syria 23 million people are in need of urgent assistance 4 million+ displaced inside Syria 60% of all Syrians now live in poverty, twice as many as before the war. A man helps a girl as they and a group of 101 refugees from Syria are the first of up to 5,000 people who will go to Germany. From 2006-2011, over 60% of Syrias landmass experienced the worst long term drought We're just living on the edge of life. We're always nervous, we're always afraid Mother of nine children, Mariam Akash,whose husband was killed by a sniper Over 4,500 schools are damaged or used as shelters, including more than 1,500 in Aleppo alone. Students attendance rates have dropped, only 6% of children are attending school in Aleppo (a city in Syria) 130,000+ are missing or captured overall Syrian War caused $15 billion in damage Children are having limbs amputated because clinics don't have necessary equipment for appropriate treatment Farmers in the northeast lost 80% of their livestock because of the damage from the war BEFORE AND AFTER PICTURES OF THE SYRIAN WAR Syria's turmoil began with protests against President Bashar al-Assad's government Five out of six of Syria's Unesco World Heritage sites have been significantly damaged In 2010, the country exported goods worth over 2 billion dollars, now it's down to a fourth of that It crossed an important threshold a year and a half later, when the International Red Cross formally declared it a civil war Syria had stocks of chemical weapons. There was a possibility that President Bashar al-Assad's governmentmight use them, towards people who were against them Girl injured by Chemical attack Source: BBC News Works Cited What the Syrian War is:
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