Syrian refugee children working to support families in Lebanon

Enrollment levels for refugee children are increasing in Lebanon, but the numbers are still nowhere near where aid workers say they should be. And many children are still forced to work to support their families.

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    Enrollment levels for refugee children are increasing in Lebanon, but the numbers are still nowhere near where aid workers say they should be. And many children are still forced to work to support their families.

    Al Jazeera's Mohammed Jamjoom reports from the Bekaa Valley, Lebanon.


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