Humanitarian needs in Syria remain vast and urgent. In seven years of conflict, the last few months have been the worst point of the conflict so far for hundreds of thousands of children.
We’re seeing people forced from their homes following heightened military activity across the country. At least 110,000 people were evacuated to north west Syria in the last two months. Many are facing dire living conditions, and most are in desperate need of food, shelter and healthcare.
We’re adapting our response to meet changing needs as the situation develops. In northwest Syria, our partners are ensuring children have access to enough food through food and cash distributions. We’re also supplying “new arrival” kits to ensure families have access to basic items such as shelter materials and cash for fuel.
We’re working across the country providing crucial support to those who have been forced from their homes and our other programmes continue to deliver children and families with health, nutrition education and livelihood support.