The massive refugee crisis in Lebanon is creating a new problem: child labor.
About 400,000 children who fled the Syrian civil war have ended up in Lebanon, but local schools can't accommodate them. Many children are now doing back-breaking work on farms.
The BBC's Lyse Doucet got rare access to the fields of Lebanon's eastern Bekaa Valley, where more and more children are now working.
- Lyse Doucet, chief international correspondent for the BBC.
This segment aired on September 25, 2013.