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“Syria is suffering from the virus of devastation that only humanity can cure. Sad but true.”


~ Payal Kadam ~

Syria is facing an existential crisis, and not unlike Yemen, needs humanitarian aid and assistance. For Syrians to experience peace and stability, we need to step up our support and continue donating.  Your donation can bring relief to thousands of people who live in a state of abject misery.

The armed conflict that began in Syria in 2011 is now entering its 11th year. Pro-government forces and anti-regime militant groups have unleashed a tidal wave of human suffering, and there does not seem to be an end in sight to the fighting and bloodshed, which has claimed the lives of thousands of people.

Images and footage of Aleppo are reminiscent of the colossal destruction and devastation in post-WW2 Europe. What was once a prosperous, wealthy, middle-class nation is now a country that lies in ruins, dependent upon internal and external aid to survive.

In any armed conflict zone, children suffer the most as they cannot comprehend what is happening or why. Every Syrian child has been affected by the violence, physical devastation, and deaths of family members and friends, and up to 2.5 million children are internally displaced. 2.4 million children are not in education, 40 percent of whom are girls. We won’t understand the implications until these children reach adulthood with little to no basic skills to gain employment.


12.4 million people are food insecure

1.3 million people are severely food insecure

6.8 million people are internally displaced

12.4 million people are food insecure. As the conflict has escalated, more people have become internally displaced and unable to access nutritious food as prices continue to skyrocket. More parents are finding it increasingly difficult to feed their children, as basic foodstuffs are 29 times higher in price than before the conflict began.

As a result, Syria has become heavily reliant on domestic and foreign food aid to survive, and as the fighting continues unabated, your donation is more vital than ever before. Help us feed Syria so that no one goes to bed hungry at night.

The ongoing conflict is the primary driver in causing the world’s largest refugee crisis, with 6 million people internally displaced and 5 million people living in neighboring countries like Jordan, Lebanon, and Turkey.

Most Syrian refugees live in poverty, and are dependent on humanitarian aid to survive. Many Syrians have also ended up in European countries where they are generally unwelcome, thus further compounding their suffering.

The escalation in violence, which has included air raids and the use of artillery in densely populated areas, has led to the destruction of Syria’s infrastructure, including homes, schools, and hospitals, leaving the country reeling.

Amidst the chaos, Syrians now face water shortages. Up to 14.6 million people do not have access to continuous, clean, safe drinking water, while another 7.6 million require urgent access to WASH facilities. Untreated water has led to the outbreak of water-borne diseases like hepatitis and watery diarrhoea. 

The unrelenting attacks on medical facilities and the healthcare sector have decimated up to 50 percent of the country’s healthcare infrastructure, with almost 70 percent of healthcare providers having fled the country for their lives.  The current healthcare system cannot cope with any more demands placed upon it and needs your support to rebuild it so everyone can access adequate healthcare services. 

Our work in Syria

By donating to The Hope Appeal, we can support Syria on its road to recovery.

Donate today and help us provide:

  • Emergency food aid alongside a long-term, sustainable food programme
  • Sustainable water solutions and diverse WASH facilities
  • Homes for IDPs, homeless people, widows and orphans
  • Healthcare and medical facilities
  • Schools with fully equipped classrooms, and essential learning equipment, like stationery, books, and backpacks
  • Psychosocial support and therapeutic counselling services

Your donation makes a difference

Donate from just £40 today

  • £40 Per Month

Could feed an orphan

  • £150 Per Month

Could feed a large family

  • £500 One Off

Could provide a family with basic electric necessities including fans, and coolers

  • £1500 One Off

Could help refurbish a widow’s home

  • £5000 One Off

Could provide furniture/electric goods, electricity, water, and clothing for a widow and her children

Donate to our Support Syria Appeal now and make a difference