They have the same needs, same dreams, same ambitions and fears as British children. But Syrian refugee children lack everything we take for granted - a safety of a home, food to eat and water to drink.
In a special report for Good Morning Britain and in conjunction with The UN Refugee Agency UNHCR, The Walking Dead star David Morrissey visits the Syrian refugee camps in Jordan and meets the forgotten children of the Syrian conflict.
Over 2.7 million Syrian registered refugees in Jordan, Lebanon, Egypt, Iraq and Turkey
598,000 registered Syrian refugees in Jordan (as of 10th May 2014) – almost 1 in 10 people in Jordan is a Syrian refuge
Approximately 100,000 Syrians become refugees every month
By the end of 2014 it is estimated that more than 4 million Syrian refugees will need humanitarian support
£23 Could provide a 'back to school kit' so a child can continue with their education
£65 Could provide 25 Syrian babies fleeing the crisis with a month’s worth of nappies
£260 Could provide a school with clean water and sanitation so more children can attend