Mustafa Ahmad, right, a 19-year-old who lost his leg in his hometown of Deir Hafer in Aleppo province in November 2011 when government warplanes bombed his neighborhood, is fitted with a prosthetic leg by a Lebanese prothesis supplier, right, at the Syrian refugee camp in Jib Janine, in the Bekaa valley Lebanon. (AP Photo/Bilal Hussein)
Syria’s civil war, which entered its fourth year last month, has killed more than 150,000 people. An often overlooked figure is the number of wounded more than 500,000, according to the International Committee of the Red Cross. An untold number of those, there’s no reliable estimate even, have suffered traumatic injuries that have left them physically handicapped. (AP Photo/Bilal Hussein)
Ziad Zehori, 24, who lost his left leg in a Syrian government airstrike on Sept. 25, 2013, takes rest after rehabilitation exercise in his new artificial leg, at the Syrian refugee camp in Zahleh, in the Bekaa valley, Lebanon.
Zehori sits as Mohammed Kurdi, a physiotherapist for Handicap International, checks his thigh.
Reem Diab, 34, who lost her leg on Oct. 25, 2012 when a shell slammed into her house in the town of Khan Sheikoun in central Syria, takes off her artificial leg with the help of her relative, right, in Chtaoura, in the Bekaa valley, Lebanon. The shelling killed her husband, Mustafa, and her 15-year-old daughter, Batoul.