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It's a surprisingly simple equation for a photography project, but as the Syrian civil war grinds ever closer to its fifth year, the result is a humbling and moving reminder of those that continue to eke out an existence across Lebanon. It was highlights of these pictures that photography organization Zakira and UNICEF launched Thursday under the title Lahza 2 (Moment 2) at Hamra's Madina Theater. Over the course of the last year, volunteer organization Zakira (Arabic for memory) and UNICEF embarked on a mission to teach hundreds of Syrian children aged 7-12 living in 63 camps and informal settlements how to use a camera.Standing among the jostling crowds, Baraa, a 10-year-old girl from near Aleppo, said she enjoyed the chance to take photos.
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