Joffrey Monnier/MSF
"We were living on the frontline where there was constant shelling, and the children were very frightened by the noise. We left our house because of the bombings; the roof had been damaged and we had spent the last week living in the basement. The children were afraid to go upstairs, and if they played outside during the day then they didn't want to come back inside the house at night. When we first arrived here the children were still afraid of loud, unexpected noises but now they feel safe and they are calmer."