A Syrian refugee cooks food for her family outside her tent at a Syrian refugee camp in the eastern Lebanese town of Saadnayel, Bekaa Valley, Lebanon, Lebanon, Tuesday, July 19, 2016. Human Rights Watch, a leading international human rights group, said in a report released Tuesday, that more than half of the nearly 500,000 school-age Syrian children registered in Lebanon do not go to school and receive no formal education. Since Syria's conflict began in March 2011, hundreds of thousands of Syrians have fled to Lebanon, which is now home to some 1.1 million registered refugees.
A Syrian refugee cooks food for her family outside her tent at a Syrian refugee camp in the eastern Lebanese town of Saadnayel, Bekaa Valley, Lebanon, Lebanon, Tuesday, July 19, 2016. Human Rights Watch, a leading international human rights group, said in a report released Tuesday, that more than half of the nearly 500,000 school-age Syrian children registered in Lebanon do not go to school and receive no formal education. Since Syria's conflict began in March 2011, hundreds of thousands of Syrians have fled to Lebanon, which is now home to some 1.1 million registered refugees. Bilal Hussein Associated Press
A Syrian refugee cooks food for her family outside her tent at a Syrian refugee camp in the eastern Lebanese town of Saadnayel, Bekaa Valley, Lebanon, Lebanon, Tuesday, July 19, 2016. Human Rights Watch, a leading international human rights group, said in a report released Tuesday, that more than half of the nearly 500,000 school-age Syrian children registered in Lebanon do not go to school and receive no formal education. Since Syria's conflict began in March 2011, hundreds of thousands of Syrians have fled to Lebanon, which is now home to some 1.1 million registered refugees. Bilal Hussein Associated Press