As the Syrian conflict enters its ninth year, half of all Syrian children have grown up knowing nothing but war. They’ve faced terror and uncertainty on a daily basis. They have seen and experienced things that no child ever should, with millions being separated from their parents or seeing their loved ones killed.
Bombs have rained down on children's homes. Places that should be areas of safety - like schools, hospitals and playgrounds - have all come under attack. Children are being stripped of their basic rights every day, being denied access to healthcare or an education.
The scale, severity and complexity of the conflict inside Syria can seem overwhelming, but this is a pivotal moment in the crisis. Syria’s children need our support more than ever.
We are doing whatever it takes to get health services, food, psychosocial care and child protection to those in the hardest to reach places. With your support, we can help more families like Rasha’s to reunite and begin to recover from a lifetime of suffering.