Same planet, different destinies : Two sides of the world

Nearly half of the world’s forcibly displaced people are children. Many children spend their childhood far away from home. In 2013, there were an estimated 51.2 million people displaced due to many reasons like conflict and persecution. These pictures show the post-war traumatic scenes. These images really portray two sides of the world also known as “same planet different destinies”

Children in war zones compared to the lives of the innocent kids caught in between war zones bring a tear to the warm hearted. The wars between countries to attain superiority have taken a toll on their innocent lives. In this article we have put together images that truly show about the same planet but totally different destinies.

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Same Planet different destinies
Rami, two, at her home in a tented refugee settlement in Lebanon, near the Syrian border. Thousands of children and their families continue to stream into neighbouring countries. Most of those whoâve escaped are living in makeshift shelters, unsuitable buildings or in overcrowded camps, amid growing shortages of food, medicine and water. Save the Children is helping children recover from their experiences within Syria and across the region, to make sure they can access education and to ensure that families have the basic necessities they need to survive â including healthcare, warm clothes, nutritious food and shelter materials. * names have been changed to protect identities

Children living without parents are especially vulnerable, due to lack of adult protection and scarce economic resources.

Same Planet Different destinies : The difference of priviledges

Many children are subjected to rape and sexual violence as these are frequently used as “weapons” of war. Girls and young women may have babies as a result, or are so injured and maimed that they will not be able to bear children in the future.

The bombs and bullets of war often kill, maim, and disable children. Some are recruited to become soldiers and are placed directly in the firing line.

Children often experience disrupted or no schooling. One of the most damaging effects of war is the way it disrupts and destroys children’s education. There is much evidence that education is really the best weapon against poverty and conflict.

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