According scarce due to the constant need for it

According to Project Concern International, “humanitarian aid is an action to help save people’s lives, help make suffering less painful, and preserve human dignity after a disaster strikes.” (Project Concern International, 2018). A refugee is a person that is being forced to leave or to flee their country, either because of war, persecution, or even natural disasters (United Nations Refugee Agency, 2017). Refugee camps are shelters in which people running away from war or trouble in their country go to. Refugee camps are known to have poor conditions for those who stay in them. Humanitarian aid is often needed at these camps, especially for children who have just lost their family or traveled a long way from home, alone or with a group of strangers. Around the world, there are about 65 million refugees, and half of those refugees are children. Around 13.5 million refugees are from Syria. Issue BeginsDuring this period of time, our world is facing one of the biggest refugee crisis in history. The numbers of people fleeing from their country are shocking and devastating. This issue is endless especially since wars are born every year. Humanitarian aid is often scarce due to the constant need for it in multiple refugee camps all around the world. According to Paul Spiegel, a former senior UN official at UNHRC, “The humanitarian aid system was not designed to address the types of complex conflicts that are happening at present. It is not simply overstretched; It is no longer fit for purpose.” (Malaka Gharib, NPR, 2017). This means that not enough people are receiving the help that they desperately need. This problem needs immediate help, not to be solved, but to become limited. It is hard to end this problem since war affects numerous places every single month.Key Charters, laws, etc.Countries have offered shelter and temporary protection for countless refugees fleeing from their home country every year. Especially since refugees have special rights and laws regarding refugee camps. “Refugee law and international human rights law are closely intertwined; refugees are fleeing governments that are either unable or unwilling to protect their basic human rights” (International Justice Resource Center, 2017). This demonstrates how refugees are also included in the human rights laws which shows they do too have rights and legal protection that is mandatory to be provided. Article 1(A)(2) of the 1951 Convention clearly explains the legal obligations that countries have to protect these people. It also defines what a refugee is and what rights they posses. The 1951 Convention is also referred to as the Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees. The total of signatories taken in this Convention were 144 and the signing took place in July 28, 1951 in Geneva, Switzerland. The Convention on the Rights of Children of 1989, one of the biggest treaties regarding human rights, define ‘children’ as “any human being below the the age of 18 years” (Humanium, 2017). Children and refugees both have specialized rights for their situations and special circumstances. Some of the most important children rights related to this issue are: the right of survival and development, no discrimination, being able to have basic services that are vital to living, etc. (UNICEF, 2003). Many of these rights from both conventions are violated because of the lack of help, humanitarian aid, and services provided to children. Currently, with one of the biggest refugee crisis in the world, the number of children suffering because of war and right violations is enormous. With more than 12 million children refugees, humanitarian aid has become even more scarce and harder to find. Organizations such as Save the Children, UNICEF, UNHCR, Sunrise USA, Refugee One, etc. are all organizations that are dedicated to helping refugees all around the world