Schools offer counseling to Syrian kids

A Syrian boy attends school in the Turkish town of Kilis on December 17, 2012, as a group of volunteer Syrian teachers joined forces and opened a school for Syrian children, some of whom had been out of school for over a year. The school, on the ground floor of a three-storey building in southwest Kilis, lacks all but the the most basic of supplies while all the teachers work for no pay in cramped classrooms where five children often squeeze into desks made for three.
A Syrian boy attends school in the Turkish town of Kilis on December 17, 2012, as a group of volunteer Syrian teachers joined forces and opened a school for Syrian children, some of whom had been out of school for over a year. The school, on the ground floor of a three-storey building in southwest Kilis, lacks all but the the most basic of supplies while all the teachers work for no pay in cramped classrooms where five children often squeeze into desks made for three.

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