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Syria Crisis Response

Your donations help us provide child protection services, basic needs, and more to Syrian refugees.

The Syrian conflict is now well into its sixth year. During that time at least 250,000 people have been killed, with some independent Syrian organisations citing upwards of 450,000, among them up to 19,000 children. Approximately 11 million people have been forced from their homes. And as the war has reached Aleppo, many children and their families are being caught in the crossfire as they desperately try to flee a city that is being torn apart. The scenes there are horrific to watch.

World Vision humanitarian responders are on the front lines of this crisis working in Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, Turkey and Iraq to bring aid and hope to children, families and communities.

Millions of children are facing challenges children should not have to face - missing out on school, working as child labourers and girls vulnerable to early marriage. A generation of children is at risk of being lost to the impact of this conflict.

Since 2011, World Vision has helped over 2.37 million refugees, displaced people and vulnerable host community members. Food assistance, emergency supplies, water and sanitation, health, education and child protection interventions reached children and families in need. We are also positioning thousands of blankets and mattresses to provide to families fleeing Aleppo.

Please consider giving to the survivors who are in dire need of help and hope. Click here to make a contribution.

This infographic shares how your donations have helped thousands affected by the Syria crisis.

 

Deborah Henry's Fundraiser for Syrian Refugees

"World Vision Malaysia's Child Rights Advocate, Deborah Henry, work tirelessly to help Syrian refugees in Lebanon.

World Vision Malaysia's Child Rights Advocate, Deborah Henry, is conducting a personal fundraiser in support of Syrian Refugees in Lebanon. The fundraiser was launched on World Refugee Day (June 20) and will run until September 1, 2016.