Refugee conditions witnessed during the Syria’s Children project were among the best in the region, with most children having easy access to schooling, and expressing a feeling of being somewhat integrated into local communities. Most families also had adequate access to food, and a vast majority of adults were able to find work, and felt accepted by local communities. Living spaces appeared to be safe and accommodating, which is rare for the region, generally. Turkish authorities have introduced refugee work protection rules that refugees feel has greatly improved their ability to safely provide for their families. Additionally, local Turkish landowners frequently help provide Syrians with living accommodations. As a result, cities such as Kilis, Reyhanli, and Gaziantep have essentially become little Syrian cities, with the vast majority of the population comprised of refugees living among local communities.