Young Somali students living in Kenya’s Dadaab camp, the world’s largest refugee camp, sent letters of encouragement to Syrian refugee children who also had to flee their homeland. They offered messages of solidarity, encouragement and advice. In their letters, they emphasized the importance of studying and gaining an education while in the camps. ”Our beloved brothers and sisters, go and work hard in school, be the stars and the new presidents of Syria,” Dahir Mohamed wrote in an inspirational letter.

See more photos and letters via BBC News

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