These children should be at school. Instead, they spend their days behind a wire fence.
Since October, over 200,000 people have fled fighting in Mosul, Iraq.
As of February, over 152,000 people still can’t go home.
That’s almost as many people as live in Brighton in the UK.
It’s even more shocking that around half of those people are children.
The conflict destroyed their homes, devastating whole neighbourhoods.
Many families have taken refuge in Khazer camp, about 50 miles from Mosul.
Life here is busy and cramped. Since the battle for Mosul started, the camp’s population has swelled to more than 30,000 people.