I want to give a donation of:
£3
In mid-February, a boy and other mourners attend a funeral for a man who was killed, in a town affected by the conflict Credit: UN122708 £3 could by a school bag (exercise book, pen, pencil, eraser, colouring pencils etc)
£10
A Syrian girl refugee stands in the town of Maan. She, her parents and three siblings have sought refuge in Jordan. Since arriving in the country, her father has secured temporary employment as a cook, but his income is insufficient to sustain the family Credit: UN122747 £10 could provide water for two weeks for a family of seven in Syria.
£20
A woman touches her newborn son, who sleeps under a blanket in the maternity ward at Garissa Provincial Hospital in Garissa, capital of North Eastern Province. Credit: UNI115670 £20 could provide an emergency water kit for two families (water container, bucket, soap and water purification tablets)
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A girl stands in a fire-damaged house, in a conflict-affected governorate. Credit: UN0391
£3
In mid-February, a boy and other mourners attend a funeral for a man who was killed, in a town affected by the conflict Credit: UN122708 £3 a month could by a school bag (exercise book, pen, pencil, eraser, colouring pencils etc)
£5
A Syrian girl refugee stands in the town of Maan. She, her parents and three siblings have sought refuge in Jordan. Since arriving in the country, her father has secured temporary employment as a cook, but his income is insufficient to sustain the family Credit: UN122747 £5 a month could provide water for a week for a family of seven in Syria.
£10
A woman touches her newborn son, who sleeps under a blanket in the maternity ward at Garissa Provincial Hospital in Garissa, capital of North Eastern Province. Credit: UNI115670 £10 a month could provide an emergency water kit for a family (water container, bucket, soap and water purification tablets)
MY OWN CHOICE
A girl stands in a fire-damaged house, in a conflict-affected governorate. Credit: UN0391

Donate and help the children of Syria

Over 1.6 million people have fled the horrific violence in Syria, half of them children - and every day thousands more terrified boys and girls pour over the border to join them. These children have experienced fear and abuse that no child should have to go through. It's wrong that even one child should suffer like this.

UNICEF is working around the clock to provide children with clean water, food, medical care and warm clothing. But our resources are at breaking point and we need extra funding to continue our essential work with families affected. Please donate today and help us reach every child that needs us.

For the next 12 months, funds raised for this appeal will support children affected by the Syrian crisis. After this point, your gift will go where the need is greatest.