When safety becomes too much to ask for, there is no choice but to leave everything behind. This is how Dalia, a mother of three, felt in 2011 when she and her husband decided to flee their Syrian hometown of Idlib to neighbouring Turkey.
As Syria marks the grim anniversary of ten years of fighting, the World Food Programme's Rania Sarraj reveals how she turned to humanitarian work after witnessing its devastating impact on her hometown
Syrian returnees unable to rebuild their lives amidst a backdrop of meteoric rise in prices including food. The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) continues to provide food for displaced families and returnees reaching 4.6 million people each month.
The conflict in Syria is entering its tenth year. Nahi, a humanitarian working for a World Food Programme partner organization in the northwest, describes the situation as close to one million people have been forced from their homes in the largest wave of displacement since December.