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#OnceUponaWar

Once Upon A War

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Published on Mar 6, 2016

#OnceUponaWar an awareness campaign by artist Saint Hoax and Plastik Studios to give refugees children a better future

As a result of the Syrian civil war, 4.6 million Syrians have become refugees. we felt the need to help. MALAAK, an NGO providing aid and education for Syrian refugees, granted us the privilege to collaborate with a group of girls who are temporarily residing in a refugee camp in Akkar, Lebanon. “Once Upon a War” is the outcome of my life-altering encounter with these girls.

Most of them never get the chance to play pretend because their reality is over dominating. It is why Plastik Studios and Saint Hoax decided to throw a costume party in the camp. They got to dress up as their favorite Disney princesses and talk about their aspirations.

These girls are real life heroines and we are honored that we got the chance to dream with them.

How you can help:
Due to war and displacement, the education of most refugee girls is disrupted. This often leads to sexual and gender-based violence, increased risks of exploitation, and early marriage/pregnancy. It’s highly important to educate and empower girls in refugee camps. You can help by donating to MalaakNGO by visiting www.malaak.org

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