Syria's children are bearing the brunt of the ongoing crisis, and the situation is critical.
In late 2012 and early 2013, Syria and its neighbouring countries were hit by one of the coldest winters in years. Refugee camps like Za'atari were flooded by rain and blanketed in snow.
In the grip of conflict for two years, Syrian children have been forced from their homes and are spending this winter frightened and cold.
As the freezing weather worsens, UNICEF has now declared the crisis in Syria and its neighbouring countries to be the highest level of emergency for children.
This photo was taken in January in the Za'atari refugee camp in northern Jordan. The tent belonging to this boy and his family been flooded, and they have had to be evacuated while an alternative place to stay can be found.
© UNICEF/Louise Lane/Jordan 2013