Funding for this research was provided by:
Brunel University London
Received: 12 November 2020
Accepted: 16 March 2021
First Online: 1 April 2021
: Consent was obtained from the caregivers for the data on children to be disseminated or used by <i>Syria Relief</i> and partners as it sees fit, given the data are anonymized. The use of these data for the purpose of this research was approved by the College of Health and Life Sciences Research Ethics Committee of Brunel University London (reference number 17694-LR-JUL/2019–20011-1).
: Consent for the use of the data was obtained from Syria Relief, who have obtained permissions from the beneficiaries in Syria, allowing for the use and publication of any material, images and information gathered for the purposes of project research, advocacy and publication; so long as any identifying information is anonymised. Syria Relief leadership granted the researchers access and permission to use the data for the purposes of the research and publication.Syria Relief obtain permission from every beneficiary to use their data for the purposes of project research and publication of any material obtained. In the case where a beneficiary would not wish for their information to be shared, this data is stored and kept internally and was omitted from the research.
: On behalf of all authors, the corresponding author states that there are no conflicts of interest.