Aslıhan DOĞRU -TDO- The United Nations (UN) Children's Fund (UNICEF) has released a report on civilian and child deaths in Syria 10 years after the start of the civil war.
Since the country's civil war began in March 2011, 12,000 children have been killed or injured.
Millions of children have not been able to attend school regularly for many years, according to UN data.
According to the data, nearly 500,000 civilians have been killed by war and conflict in Syria since March 2011, and half of the country's population at the time, half of the country's 20 million people at the time, have been forced to leave their areas of residence.
More than 5 million people have also become refugees in other countries.
Since 2011, 12,000 children have been killed or injured in the country.
More than 5,700 children, some under the age of 7, actually participated in the armed conflict.
A total of 1,300 education and health centers across the country have been attacked or destroyed.
According to UNICEF, a total of 3.5 million children in Syria and neighboring countries do not regularly have access to school and education due to the war.
90% of the country's total child population is in need of humanitarian assistance, which has increased by 20% in the last year.