Mohamed is 12-years-old and lives with his mum, dad and six sisters in a refugee camp in Lebanon. After an explosive hit their home in Syria the family had to flee for safety. Mohamed and his sisters have attended school for 5 years.
"I was very scared by the noise and the explosives and often could not sleep at night.
We are now living in a refugee camp in Lebanon, along with hundreds of other Syrian families. Our home is just two rooms for the eight of us.
I had just finished grade 2 when I had to leave school. I enjoyed mathematics the most, as I found it easy. I miss school. My parents don't have the money to pay for school fees in Lebanon and no transport to get us to school.
I am now working most days, selling fruit and vegetables to the surrounding area. A truck picks me up at 8am and drops me back at 5pm. I get under £2 per day. I would rather be back at school.
There is not much to do at the camp, sometimes I play with my friends or help at home with the chores. In winter, the snow is sometimes so deep that we cannot leave our rooms.
If I could go back to education I would want to study to be a doctor, so I could return home to Syria and help people who had been hurt in the war."