Syria Crisis: Donate now
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Living in constant fear
Shelling, airstrikes and ongoing violence are taking a devastating toll on children and families in Syria.
Thousands have been killed or maimed. In Idlib, an alleged chemical attack has had devastating and deadly consequences for children and families.
More than 11 million people have now been forced from their homes. More than 650,000 are still trapped in besieged areas. And millions need food, water and medical care.
A teacher in the besieged town of Madaya told us: "We’ve lost a lot of young people, even children, even entire families... All the houses were being hit with shells or mortars and of course bullets – the snipers never stop."
Conditions inside Syria are unimaginably difficult. But we continue to work with brave partners to offer a lifeline to exceptionally vulnerable children. We urgently need your help to do more.
How your gift will help
Your donation will help us provide food, support hospitals, repair water systems and help schools stay running.
You’ll also help us provide specialist emotional support for children recover from the trauma of war.
We’re working through partners to help the most vulnerable children in hard-to-reach parts of Syria. So far, they’ve delivered vital support to more than 500,000 children in besieged areas.
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.
11-year-old Zainab* fled Deir Ezzour with her mum and two brothers – the youngest is just one year old. Now they live at a camp for displaced people in northeast Syria.
She says: “When the war came, all the Syrian children forgot everything they learned and now know nothing else except war.”
“I feel like I’ve seen so many terrible things.
“I lost out on two years of school, and my brother has grown up and has hardly studied at all.
“What if I get old and I continue on this same path and I lose out on my entire future?”
Children like Zainab urgently need your help: