Child Refugees Are Working in the Fields Picking Crops

Children as young as 9 working to support their families as UNICEF tries to raise money to enroll more than 200,000 refugee kids in school.
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Funny tonight here it was one year ago this week we were reporting from the Syrian border and there was one little girl so many Hewitt home reacted to. So tonight hear what year later we go back to fighter she gave us a new reasons. And will never forget that trip one year ago 6 AM at the school day replaced with something much different. For ten year old made the did you know school bus waiting instead a truck with children sued spilling over. We board the truck with them were headed to the fields she points out the way this. This Paula. The children their tiny hands holding on what's from middle class families in Syria. But now they are the ones who support their families who are going to work on a hot place. Dot. Yes. The only higher children because they know they can is that much less of their parents but little boys are electing me more than a little girls yes in some cases death. They say that would stronger than the but they certainly do the same about a work those fields and even at the end of a long day in the field we noticed the skate but their step. Well this quarter tiny building and we could hear the voices. It right there are that makes it school the teacher. After our report viewers received more than 50000 dollars for the US fund for UNICEF to help buy supplies keep the class is going tonight. But thank you with smile. Right from the girl who started all she's now twelve stool that camp. But tonight UNICEF tells us they're now trying to would roll 200000 of these children into public schools now believe beyond those makeshift classrooms at look at that he just smiled. Looking at our report on her one year ago. She told us still holds onto that hope. I sing I wanna go back to Syria so that I don't have to work anymore it's a that I can go back to my own school but for now she is hand in hand with her brother at the camp. It calls home. It's great to see that smile again from did you and there are still ways you can help UNICEF telling us tonight to just fifteen dollars could stock an entire class or with supplies pencils and notebooks we put all the information on our website. Abcnews.com. The cup world news tonight we'll have much more tonight on Nightline in the meantime thank you for watching ID to go reporting from hungry tonight. From all of its security CDs had to be.

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