After seven years of conflict, Syria is one of the most dangerous places to be a child
Right now, more than 8 million Syrian children are in danger. Many have lost their homes, their schools and even their families. They face unspeakable violence, a lack of food, health care and clean water, and an increased risk of disease. One in three schools in Syria is destroyed, damaged or disrupted leaving almost two million children without the chance to learn.
With your help, we can make sure we reach every Syrian child in danger. We must act now and do whatever it takes to protect Syria’s children.
How will my donation help children?
We are one of the few agencies working inside Syria, as well as being present for refugee families in surrounding countries, including Jordan, Lebanon, Iraq, Turkey and Egypt.
Your support will help provide life-saving food, clean water, medical care, education and protection to children and families who desperately need it. Across the region we are also providing child-friendly spaces to vulnerable children which offer learning support and psychological care, as well as being a safe space to rest and play.
In 2017, Unicef supporters helped us reach more than three million people living in besieged and hard to reach areas inside Syria with essential supplies.
But we simply don’t have enough funds to reach every child and there are still millions of children in desperate need of assistance.
We urgently need your support to help us reach more Syrian children before it’s too late.
Donating by phone
If you’re in the UK and would prefer to make a donation by phone, you can call our dedicated donation line: 0300 330 5699.
Please donate today and help Syria’s children now.
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 to our Children’s Emergency Fund. In the unlikely event that the funds raised exceed Unicef’s funding requirements for this appeal, your one off or monthly gift will also go to our Children’s Emergency Fund, helping children caught in wars and disasters around the world.