Children of Syria

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Donate to Support Child Refugees

Since the beginning of the conflict, Syrian children have been the forgotten victims of the horrific war. Today, over 5 million children are in need of assistance, including over 1 million Syrian children who have sought refuge in neighboring countries. These children are at risk of becoming a "lost generation" and cannot be ignored. We must save Syria's children.

Failing Syrian Children

Assessing the impact of UN security council resolutions in protecting and assisting civilians in Syria. Read the Report.

The Cost of War

The Cost of War

Syrian schools are under attack and there has never been a more dangerous time for Syrian girls and boys to try to get an education. Read The Report

How You Can Help

Syrian children, vulnerable girls and boys need you to support Save the Children. Syria continues to be one of the toughest places in the world to be a child. If we are to save Syria’s children, we must help Syria - provide nutritious food for Syrian kids, support education in Syrian refugee camps and much more. Donate to Syrian refugees children's relief. This is not charity for Syria, it is an investment in a peaceful future for all of our children.

Donate to Support Child Refugees

Our Response to the Child Refugee Crisis

Save the Children has had programs in the Middle East for decades. Despite the danger inside Syria, we have reached over 1.1 million people, including over 570,000 children, with life-saving food baskets, education, health services, clean water, warm clothes and support for traumatized children. Across the region, over 2.3 million people, including over 1.5 million children, have benefited from our programs to date. Some of our program highlights include:

  • Supporting 59 schools in northern Syria where, to date, we have helped 34,500 children access pre-school and primary school
  • Running alternative learning programs and informal education in refugee camps and host communities
  • Supplying school bags, uniforms and other essential school materials, and paying school fees
  • Supporting 1,000 teachers through training and salaries so that they can provide children with high quality education, even under the most difficult circumstances in Syria
  • Providing safe play areas and access to counselling for thousands of children across the region
  • Repairing damaged schools and providing equipment, furniture and learning materials
  • Launching back-to-school campaigns to encourage parents to enroll their children

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