Khitan Kadour (40) drinks tea with her son Rabih Kadour (18) in an unfinished building they share with several other Syrian refugee familes. Khitan has two other children living with her in Lebanon but her husband and another son remain in Syria. Rabih's back was injured by shrapnel from a shell that hit their home over a year and half previously. He was evacuated for treatment in Lebanon and his mother and siblings followed one month later. Shortly afterwards one of his brothers was killed by another shell. Khitan has to care for her son throughout the day as he is virtually immobile due to the pain in his back. He even needs help washing. He requires two more operations that will cost more than USD 20,000.