Nihad is only one, and yet so much of his life has been spent in hospitals.
Sami is covered in third degree burns because a heater caught fire while he was asleep.
Hadiya accidentally knocked boiling water off a table and over herself.
Since Hamza was burnt in the tent he and his family live in as refugees in Lebanon, he finds it difficult to fall asleep.
When an airstrike struck her neighbor’s house, the explosion burst her ear drum.
Ellen will need CO2 laser and steroid injections for the burns on her elbow.
“I went to boil the water to give Mira a bath. As I went out of the room quickly to grab some clean clothes for Mira, I heard a loud scream.”
Anwar has been traumatized by two accidents that have made his life a daily struggle.
An airstrike landed on Mounir’s home and a wall collapsed on top of him, breaking his arm.
Raghad’s mother reached out to us on Facebook. Within hours her child had an appointment at AUBMC.
Dalia’s aunt was boiling oil on the stove on the floor to make fries, when Dalia slipped and knocked it over herself.
Bisan was badly burnt on the day that her baby brother was born.
Samer slipped while carrying food and his neck was badly burnt.
Matar saved his little brother from walking into boiling oil, but in the process tripped and splashed the oil in his face.
Batoul put her arm in a bowl of boiling water and burnt herself.
17 year old Zaha was injured when an airstrike hit her home in Syria, and a wall collapsed on top of her, badly damaging her hip.
Farhan spilled boiling tea over his legs when he was four years of age.
While Mona recovered in hospital in Syria from losing her eye, her parents were killed.
The burns on Iman’s ear and neck were so severe that she had an ear-ring fused into her ear that caused her significant pain.
Farouk crawled over to the fireplace and put his left hand in the fire, burning himself.
Lina slipped and knocked boiling milk over her face, chest, and arm.
Hisham lost an eye and two fingers when a bomb landed on his home in Syria.
“If Spiderman was real, he would never let children in Syria get hurt,” Radwan says.
Ayman tipped a bowl of boiling water over his chest and hand. He suffers from second degree burns.
Bdour’s smallest brother picked up hot tea, and spilled it on his sister’s legs, scalding her.
Riad's mother slipped in the kitchen, and tipped boiling oil over herself and her son.
Maria slipped, and fell into scalding water. She was badly burnt on her neck and chest.
“I miss Syria,” Ahmad tells us. “But my home has burnt down. There’s nothing left.”
It was in his home that Osman was badly injured in an airstrike. He was sat next to a gas canister when their home was partly hit by an airstrike.
Omran was burnt when boiling water fell onto him when he went to get food at a street vendor.