Traumatised children from war-ravaged Syria who have lost one parent or both are undergoing therapy in Jordan's capital, Amman. The aim is to help them cope with the mental pain they feel every day.
The war in Syria, now in its seventh year, has caused the deaths of hundreds of thousands of people.
It's also created vast numbers of children who have been scarred or orphaned by the conflict.
Children whose lives have been blighted, possibly forever.
Some of those who have lost one or both parents are now in Jordan, where they are receiving treatment.
TRT World's Francis Collings reports from the capital, Amman.