Displaced civilians in eastern Ghouta have to live in makeshift camps after a recent offensive by the Syrian regime. There families try to teach children the basic knowledge that the war is depriving them of.
The nearly six-year war in Syria has displaced half of the country's population and stopped many children getting an education.
Hundreds of families in Eastern Ghouta had to flee their towns after a recent offensive by the Syrian regime. But parents don't want their children to abandon school and they decided to set it up in a tent in case they have to flee again.
Some of the children have never known what it is like to enter a classroom.
TRT World's James Champion takes a look at how some Syrians east of the Damascus are finding ways to learn.