Refugees must flee their country within a matter of hours. They must leave everything behind. The safety of their own home and all their belongings. If they’re ‘lucky’ they had some time to pack a bag, but this might not be the case, and they could be left with nothing.The high-point of the number of refugees since World War IIWhat’s next is a seemingly endless journey through war-torn countries, rugged terrains and sometimes even freezing waters. All in hope for a brighter future and safety for their family. The number of refugees and internally displaced people has reached its highest point since World War II in 2015 with more than 60 million refugees. A large percentage is fleeing from war-torn Syria. An estimated 11 million Syrians have fled their homes since the outbreak of the war in March 2011, many of them left Syria heading to safer grounds.