Syria Crisis: Donate now
Syria's children urgently need your help:
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Under siege, hungry, thirsty and with little hope.
The horrific scenes unfolding in Aleppo typify a war that has cost children dear.
Across Syria, millions of children have limited access to food, water, healthcare and education.
More than a quarter of a million children are living under siege.
They're living in areas cut off from the outside world, surrounded by battling armies that are stopping food, medicine, and desperately-needed aid from entering - and they’re stopping people from fleeing for safety.
Hospitals are being bombed. Babies are dying because of a lack of medical care. Teachers are holding lessons in dark basements to escape the constant airstrikes.
You can bring hope to Syria's children. Please donate now.
How your donation will help:
Inside Syria, we provide food, support hospitals, help schools to keep running and repair water systems. We also provide specialist emotional support for children.
And despite the incredibly difficult situation, our partners have managed to reach more than 500,000 vulnerable children in besieged areas in Syria.
In countries such as Jordan, Lebanon, Iraq and Egypt where many children and families have fled to, we’re providing food, safe water, medicine, protection, shelter and education.
This is our largest ever emergency response - we've reached more than 2.6 million children across the region.
Your donation will help us reach more Syrian children and offer hope to some of the world’s most vulnerable people.
Rami and his family fled the besieged town of Deir Ezzor in Syria.
"My children were so scared they were wetting themselves," says Rami's father, Hassan.
"I saw four children who were hit by the shelling, it was so tragic. I couldn't watch what was happening."
It took the family two months to travel Lebanon through the mountains on foot. They had no food so resorted to eating grass.