This Friday, March 15, will mark eight years since the war in Syria began.
As we enter the ninth year of conflict, children continue to pay the ultimate price of a war created by adults. Last year alone over 1,000 children were killed in the fighting – the highest ever number of children killed in a single year since the crisis started.
Many have seen their parents, siblings or school friends killed in front of their eyes.
This war is something no child should live through - yet millions do. They have lost their childhoods, and, for many, the promising futures that were rightfully theirs.
In 24 photos, this is what the Syrian crisis looks like for the children growing up there.
Sometimes, pictures speak louder than words.