How conflict can harm brain development

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The evidence highlights the need for humanitarian agencies to go beyond delivering food, water and shelter. Displaced children living in refugee camps, or in isolation from host communities, commonly face boredom, social exclusion and lack of stimulating activities or opportunities for play

http://www.wvi.org/experts/article/syria’s-children-–-how-conflict-can-harm-brain-development

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