Five-year-old Catherine looks into the sky where she lives with other Syrian refugees.

Syrian crisis

Syrian children urgently need your help

Help protect Syrian children

“All of the houses were destroyed. I could hear loud screaming from the pain,” says Shamia, a Syrian teenage refugee.

No child should witness what those in war-torn Syria have suffered.

Yet as the conflict continues, the suffering shows no signs of ending. Coronavirus makes things even more dangerous.

Children need a place to sleep. They need food, clean water and an education.

Please donate to help vulnerable children.

What you can provide

How you can help

Children and families are arriving at camps hungry, cold and deeply distressed by what they've seen and experienced.

Camps are at breaking point. Our partners on the ground are overwhelmed by the scale of the needs.

Now with coronavirus, the children in these camps face even more upheaval.

We need your help to provide psychological support, healthcare, food and education.

Together, we can transform the lives of vulnerable children.

Boys and girls aged five or six can name every type of bomb by its sound, but sometimes can barely write their name having missed out on an education

10 years of war

What hope looks like in Syria

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