As the war in Syria drags on and attention is drawn elsewhere, more than 3.2 million Syrian refugees have fled into neighboring countries, including 1.2 million to Lebanon. Their situation has only worsened with time. The organization Première Urgence, Aide médicale internationale is hoping to raise awareness and funding in response to the crisis. To that end, they have sought the help of the humanistic and sensitive photographer Edouard Elias.
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