SYRIA EMERGENCY APPEAL

Syria Emergency Appeal

Key Facts

Since the outbreak of conflict in 2011, the situation in Syria has steadily deteriorated



6.3 million internally displayed people

This is more than the entire population of neighbouring Lebanon

4.5 million have fled Syria as refugees

Half of thes are children

13.5 million in need of assistance

The biggest humanitarian of our time

Help us to heal the people of Syria.

Six years since the start of conflict in Syria, over half the country’s population is in need of urgent humanitarian assistance. Hospitals, schools and bakeries have been destroyed by heavy bombing and violence, hundreds of thousands have been killed and millions more have had to flee to their homes.

Action Relief will be working with Muslim Aid in supporting a large hospital in Northern Syria – close to the Turkish Border. It sees over 14,000 patients every single month – people affected by one of the worst humanitarian crisis and conflicts of our times.

Bursting at the seams, this hospital is a literal lifeline for the sick and wounded who pass through its doors in their droves – people injured by barrel bombs and shelling, maimed by gun fire and explosions, mothers and children sick from malnutrition and disease. 1 in 5 Syrians who live in the north of Syria will pass through this hospital – many of them bleeding and in pain.

Heavy strain on resources and beds means that the hospital is struggling. Threats of violence and destruction on hospitals, attacks on medical staff, damaged buildings and restrictions on the passage of medicine and medical supplies mean that the hospital is in desperate need of aid.

How you can help

Be part of providing the essential equipment, supplies and staffing that is the heart of this hospital. With your donations, you can make a staggering difference to sustaining and developing a place of healing and hope. A hospital that is the only beacon of light and safety in a city which has been brought to its knees.

Save Lives Today. Donate Now

Over 250,000 of civilians have already died and almost 5.1 million children are forced to live in dire conditions inside Syria.

Donate now and help the people of Syria


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