Despite challenges, UNHCR Syria reaches thousands of people recently displaced from Ar-Raqqa through a humanitarian convoy from Aleppo to Al-Hassakeh.
After being inspired as a young girl by an Outreach Volunteer, Mariam is now a medical volunteer inspiring others.
UNHCR handed over medical equipment to Ein Az-Zaman, the Druze religious entity with a charity arm that attends to the people most in need in Sweida.
UNHCR Syria condemns this cowardly attack on displaced civilians at Syria’s Rajm Slebi border crossing in the strongest possible terms.
Responding to the humanitarian needs of people and ensuring the support for partners on the ground is crucial for UNHCR’s work, therefore, conducting field visits, engaging with people and expanding access to populations in need is a key function for UNHCR’s teams working in Syria.
UNHCR in cooperation with the UNDSS implemented the Emergency Trauma Bag First Responder Course (ETB-FRC) for UN Security Officers in Syria.
Abu Saddam fled the hardship and danger in extremist-held Deir Hafer with 250 families to reach safety in Jibreen.
UNHCR in Syria, in collaboration with our partner NGO GOPA, opens a new community center in AL-Sulaimanieh neighborhood in Aleppo city.
UNHCR Syria condemns attacks in Damascus and stands in solidarity with Syria’s people.
UNHCR delivers medical supplies to treat up to 11,000 people in Dara’a city.
While there are Some Hopes for Peace, the Needs and Suffering of Millions of Syrians Continue Unabated; Syrian War is a ‘Collective Failure’
This year, UNHCR promotes the right to safe, dignified and empowering work for refugees, internally displaced and stateless women