A carpenter with a heart of gold If you want a heartwarming story today, watch how this carpenter in Aleppo is using his skills to help the elderly in his community.
Only 58% of hospitals are fully functional in Syria
Here are some of the ways UNHCR Syria is supporting the Covid response in the country.
How has Ramadan changed for people in Syria since the start of the crisis?
For millions of people inside Syria, Ramadan is no longer the same
What was once a cause for celebration is now a source of worry.
With 90% of the population in Syria living in poverty, families like Suleiman struggle to put food on the table.
Syria crisis enters into 10 years
“I keep thinking of the past and how we got here.” These are Aesha’s words that more than 11 million Syrians share. Aesha displaced for almost 9 years, returns to a damaged home, where she and her 12-year-old son work to survive. Millions need support as the Syria crisis enters into 10 years.
Books are a source of knowledge
On World Book Day, its with thanks to donors like The Big Heart for supporting UNHCR in re-opening the doors of education to thousands of Syrian children in the most destroyed areas.
Lujain and Abd Al-Malek are back at school again!
“Our life depends on water” – a farmer in North-East Syria.
Syria’s agriculture is the main lifeline for most families in rural Deir-ez-Zor.
UNHCR Syria and Oxfam restored water pumps and distributed seeds to support farmers to regain their livelihoods.
Four years ago, Um Mohamad fled her home in Hama to Sweida, south Syria. She is among more than 11 million people in need of humanitarian assistance. UNHCR Syria, UN in Syria, Syrian Arab Red Crescent and other local partners are on the ground providing life-saving assistance to help them cope during these difficult times.
Support us to make a difference in their lives.