(Save the Children) – The psychological recovery and long-term development of vulnerable children fleeing the Syrian crisis is in serious jeopardy due to a chronic lack of child protection funding, spiraling numbers of refugees, and severely over-stretched resources in host countries. Inside Syria, a staggering quarter of all children are at risk of developing a mental health disorder, according to the United Nations 2016 Humanitarian Needs Overview, with the ever-mounting psychological needs of millions of displaced Syrian and Iraqi children still vastly under-met.