At least 1,106 children were killed in Syria in 2018. Families and children continue to live in limbo in refugee camps, Al Hol camp and Rukban, near the Jordanian border.
They have limited access to food, water, shelter, health care and education.
The situation of the war affected continues to be desperate, according to reports.
United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF) Executive Director Henrietta Fore said, 2018 was the deadliest year for children in eight years since the war began in Syria.
She warned of worsening conditions.
She said, more than 65,000 people face inhumane conditions in the Al Hol camp.
As Syria faces its ninth year of war, the United Nations warned each day the conflict continues is another day stealing childhood from children.
The United Nations in a report reminded to the parties to the conflict and the global community that due to the war humanity suffered the most drawing their attention to the future of children.
The U.N. called on the international community to take responsibility and measures to prevent further worsening of the situation.