Orphanages in Syria are struggling to cope with the needs of children left without parents killed in the six-year conflict.
Hundreds of thousands of children have been left orphans by the six-year war in Syria.
In the capital, Damascus, orphanages are struggling to handle the large number of children who have lost their parents.
Service providers point to a lack of funding and adequate space. But perhaps the biggest problem is the psychological trauma which the children have suffered.
TRT World's Ben Said has their story.