The refugee crisis is becoming more severe. This violence, along with culminating movement, affects all migrants, but it is especially harmful to migrant children. The biggest hurdles that child refugees encounter during their refugee experience are discussed in this paper. These include neurological problems, mental health problems, and legal challenges. This paper also examines efforts to assist children and the urgent need for implementation to overcome these obstacles. These challenges will have far-reaching consequences not only in the near future but also for decades to come.
It is critical to make a concerted effort to restore these children and reintegrate them into their new communities in order to minimize the impact of the violence and conflict they experience. This initiative must be prompted by more than one govt. or org. If real progress is to be built, the International community as a whole shall come together to improve the livelihoods of child refugees, which will benefit not only society but many upcoming generations.