The Latest News from Syria Relief

On the Ground in Syria

Heavy rains have caused widespread flooding in camps in northwest Syria. At least 41,200 people were affected by the devastating storm in 169 camps in Idlib and Aleppo. Thousands of tents were damaged and destroyed and one child has unfortunately been confirmed as dead. 

Our team are on the ground supporting families and providing emergency aid to those affected. More bad weather is expected in the coming days, with forecasts of snow and temperatures dropping to -3.

We urgently need your help! Donate now!

£50:Food and Winter Pack (Syria, Yemen, Lebanon containing food, firewood, blankets)

£75: Syria Winter Survival Pack (containing blankets and fuel)

On the Ground in Lebanon

Heavy snow and freezing temperatures have hit refugee camps in Arsal. More than 15,000 Syrian refugees in Arsal are being exposed to harsh winter conditions, including subzero temperatures, flooding, and heavy snow. Families do not have adequate shelters to withstand the harsh winter months!  Parents are spending their day worrying if their children can make it through the unforgiving winter nights.

We are distributing emergency fuel, blankets and food to families in need. Help save lives in Lebanon this winter, donate now!

£50:Food and Winter Pack (Syria, Yemen, Lebanon containing food, firewood, blankets)

£100:Yemen Winter Survival Pack (containing warm clothes and mattress)

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