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Syria War’s Devastating Effects on Children; Former USAID Administrator Can Advise How to Help Them

Released: 28-Mar-2014 11:10 AM EDT
Source Newsroom: Texas A&M University
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Lesley Henton, Division of Marketing & Communications at Texas A&M University, at lshenton@tamu.edu.

NOTE TO EDITORS/NEWS DIRECTORS: As the Syrian Civil War is entering its fourth year, a startling report by UNICEF is shedding light on the immense suffering of the children of Syria. More than 10,000 children have been killed as a result of the conflict, almost 3 million are displaced inside Syria and another 1.2 million have fled to refugee camps. Andrew Natsios, a former USAID administrator and currently a professor at Texas A&M University’s Bush School of Government & Public Service, is an expert in conflict and humanitarian aid and can explain how best to provide aid and protect children in these dire circumstances. To arrange an interview, contact Lesley Henton, Division of Marketing & Communications at Texas A&M University, at lshenton@tamu.edu.

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