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The two-year Syrian conflict has endangered nearly two million children, limiting their access to basic healthcare and education, according to a report released by aid group Save the Children. The report reveals that children face unsanitary conditions from the lack of clean water and sewage systems destroyed during the civil war. 2,000 schools have also been demolished. Still, others have become temporary shelters for displaced Syrians.
Carolyn Miles, CEO and president of Save the Children, spoke with Correspondent Hari Sreenivasan about the difficulty of providing assistance to Syrians during wartime.
Read the full report here: http://bit.ly/Z5E17Z