Men at Souriyat Across Borders in the physical therapy room of the rehabilitation center.   Most of the patients stay long-term, but return to Syria after their treatment.   
Abraham, 12, was injured when a barrel bomb hit his house.  He is recovering at Souriyat Across Borders from a bone transplant in his leg. Since the conflict began in 2011, a report by the Syrian Center for Policy Research found that 11.5% of Syrians have been wounded or killed.
Maywood, 10, right, was playing with a landmine and lost both of his legs, one arm, and is now partially blind and deaf.  Ablaze, 9, left, home was hit by a barrel bomb and has a fractured leg.  Both boys are long-term patients at Souriyat Across Borders.  
Mahamood, from Homs is recovering from bone surgery at Souriyat Across Borders. After being shot by a sniper his bones were shattered.  Since the conflict began in 2011, a report by the Syrian Center for Policy Research found that 11.5% of Syrians have been wounded or killed.
Nour, 14, saw her mother killed during a bombing and had a stroke from the trauma.  Most people receiving treatment at Souriyat Across Borders are long-term patients.
Physical therapist Ayad, right, helps Abdul who was hit by shrapnel in the head.  He lost his ability to speak and is paralyzed. Most people receiving treatment at Souriyat Across Borders are long-term patients.   

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