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Iraq, May 2013. UNICEF worker Abduljabar prepares oral rehydration salts for four year old Ahmed. Credit: © UNICEF/UKLA2012-00914/Schermbrucker £25 could provide oral rehydration salts for up to 100 children suffering from dangerous dehydration.
A girl receives a dose of oral polio vaccine at a health centre in Damascus, the capital, during the UNICEF-supported polio and measles immunization campaign. Credit: © UNICEF/NYHQ2012-1628/Halabi £50 could buy vaccines to immunise more than 250 children against measles.
Iraq, May 2013. A girl is drinking water from the water taps at her school in the Domiz refugee camp in Northern Iraq. Credit: © UNICEF/UKLA2012-00957/Schermbrucker £75 could provide 15 families in Syria with clean water for a week.
A young girl gets water from a tap in Iraq. Credit: © UNICEF/UKLA2013-02458/Lovell

Donate and help us protect Syrian children in danger

After 3 years of conflict, more Syrian children than ever before need our help. Millions of children in Syria and the surrounding region are in danger. They face losing their homes, their families and even their lives. Torn from everything they know, they're left vulnerable to many other dangers, from disease and malnutrition to violence and exploitation. 

Unicef will not stop until every child is safe. We are working around the clock in Syria and the surrounding countries to provide children who have suffered so much with crucial and life-saving supplies such as clean water, medicine and psychological support.

Right now, 6.5 million Syrian children need immediate humanitarian aid. Children shouldn't be the victims of war. Together, we can keep them safe. A monthly gift from you would enable us to reach even more children. Regular support is especially valuable in this ongoing crisis. 

Please donate now. Every donation you make to help Syrian children in danger will be matched pound for pound by the UK Government.

With your support we can make sure Syrian children caught in war and conflict get the help they need to stay safe and strong.

If funds raised exceed Unicef's funding requirements for this appeal, your gift will go to our Children's Emergency Fund. For the first 12 months monthly donations made to this appeal will go to children affected by the Syrian conflict. After that they will go wherever the need is greatest.