War Victims Orphans
The United Nations (UN) data shows that the increasingly rampant events such as wars, natural disasters, plagues, social chaos, economic problems and unlawful intercourses have led to the number of the world’s orphan1 to surpassed 140 million in 2015. Taking into account that 2.2 out of 7.6 billion of the world population4 consists of children, it is estimated that 6.5% of the total number of children in the world are orphans. In this report, the physical, psychological, social, economic and educational problems that orphans go through will be elaborated and some recommendations on how to solve the problems will be provided.