We speak with children of Azaz refugee camp, in northwestern Syria, who tell stories of fighting, separation, and deaths in family.
Many of the children were taken in after the militant group was defeated. This is a place where people who lost their whole families to Daesh raise those who were the children of Daesh militants.
The Institute for the Investigation of Communist Crimes published the results of its investigation into three former orphanages and recorded the murders of 771 children.
Many of the children living at the Al Najd orphanage are now able to attend school having been rescued from a life on the streets or from violence at home.
"They are our own children. We'll take care of them till they become adults," says Abo Yahya who runs an orphanage in Syria's Idlib province.
Romania aims to replace the last of its socialist-era orphanages with family-style children's homes in the next five years.
Around 10,000 orphans seek refuge in a Turkish-run orphanage on the troubled southern Philippine island of Mindanao.
Some 100 children who lost their parents in the Syrian war may be out on the streets if their volunteer-run orphanage is shut down due to a lack of funding.
Death certificates of nearly 800 children were found in the former Catholic Church-run Tuam care home in Ireland.
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