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Tucked in a displacement camp alongside rows of olive trees, a partially destroyed bus with blown-out tires and shattered windows has provided Dunia and her four children barely enough shelter to survive the past two months.In September, Save the Children interviewed and filmed Dunia and her children for a case study, while operating in displacement camps in Syria's northwestern Idlib province.Clothes hang down the side of the aisle creating the minimal shade Dunia and her children need.Her family has been displaced multiple times inside Idlib, according to the case study. Across Syria, 2.1 million children are out of school and 1.3 million are at risk of dropping out, according to the U.N. In Idlib, at least 44 schools have been damaged or destroyed recently, as attacks on educational facilities and personnel have risen.Humanitarian groups have struggled to respond to Idlib's overwhelming needs.Save the Children provides for Dunia and her family through Violet, a partner organization operating on the ground in northwest Syria.
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