Real Madrid superstar Cristiano Ronaldo used social media on Friday to mark the five-year anniversary of a camp opening up the north of Jordan to help deal with the influx of Syrian refugees
Ronaldo, who is also an ambassador for Save the Children, posted images to his millions of fans, reminding them that “nothing has changed” in five years for child refugees.
In a press release, Ronaldo said: “This year, Cristiano, Jr. completed grade one. I saw how much he learned. Then I thought of all the refugee kids who missed school this year. Some have missed years. School trains you for life, and the longer you are out of training, the harder it is to get back in the game. All refugee children have the potential for greatness, and to get there, they need to be in school."