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A new Save The Children campaign that imagines what London would be like if plunged into war, similar to that in Syria. Watch video here
"We hope the video will resonate with members of the public, particularly those who don’t know much about the situation in Syria so they can really understand the plight of innocent Syrian children. said Jake Lundi, Director of Brand and Communications at Save The Children. "The message to the public is just because it’s not happening here, doesn’t mean it’s not happening.”
The Syrian civil war, which began three years ago, has left more than 11,000 children dead and turned an estimated 2.3 million into refugees.
Save the Children have helped 600,000 refugee children since the charity launched their Syria Crisis Appeal. However an estimated 3.1 million children are still in desperate need of aid.