Masa was in class when her school was hit by an airstrike. The building collapsed, killing and injuring children and adults. Masa managed to get out.
Since April, fighting in Syria's Idlib province has intensified dramatically. Hundreds of children and adults have been killed. Children who survive are denied education, food and healthcare. Many, like Masa, are forced to sleep out in the open without shelter.
We're working with local partners to diagnose and treat malnourished children and providing families who have lost everything with cash for food. We're scaling up our education response through mobile buses and temporary learning spaces to make sure children can continue their learning despite their circumstances.
In spite of all they've been through, children in Syria are determined to help build a better future. 'I want to become a teacher, if there are no airstrikes, so we can learn.' says Masa.
Children like Masa urgently need your help.