Syria Emergency Appeal

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Nine in ten Syrians live in poverty, unable to access adequate shelter, food, water, work, and health facilities. This is simply unacceptable. The people of Syria need change now.

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Syria Emergency Appeal

“The believers are like one body in their mutual love and affection: if one limb is injured, the rest responds with sleeplessness and fever.” (Muslim)

€ 80 – Provide a nutritious food parcel to last a whole family the entire month of Ramadan.

€ 180 - Al Imaan Hospital - save 6 mothers and babies.

€ 130 – Help isolated and vulnerable people to have critical healthcare through our mobile clinics.

€ 6,000 - Provide a displaced family with a flat consisting of a bedroom, living room, bathroom, and kitchen, which will last at least 50 years.

Syrians will enter this Ramadan having endured ten years of a long and brutal conflict. It should be a month of mercy, but across Syria, a staggering 11.7 million people need humanitarian support, and around 6 million people are displaced across the country, many of them living in tents that don’t protect them from the bitter winters and brutal summer heat

Hospitals are being targeted and shut down, with almost half of all health facilities in Syria either partly operational, or completely out of service. Since the spring, the cost of items needed simply to survive has increased by almost 70%. It’s the most vulnerable – children, displaced families, pregnant women, older people who struggle to get the urgent medicine and healthcare that they need.

This Ramadan, be the change the world needs. Donate and help us to provide a permanent home and essential healthcare to the most vulnerable people in Syria, and multiply your rewards in this blessed month.

Losing life while giving birth

Tens of thousands depend on Human Appeal’s Al Imaan Hospital, but without your support, we cannot stay open. Please donate this Ramadan and help us to provide, treatment for 6,000 people per month between Al Imaan and our mobile clinic.

With your charity this Ramadan, we’ll be able to keep Al Imaan and our mobile clinic open, providing critical maternal healthcare to pregnant women and babies. Al Imaan also offers treatment for malnutrition, protection services, winter support, and emergency surgery, and has its own ambulance for emergencies.

Never going home

6 million people are still displaced across Syria, having fled bombs and attacks on their towns. Let’s give them somewhere to finally call home again.

In this month of blessings, you can be the one to truly change lives. Each home will have a bedroom, living room, kitchen and bathroom, as well as electricity and running water.

This project will help families who have spent up to a decade living in unsuitable tents, struggling for warmth, water, and protection, to finally to have a place to call home, where they can begin to build a better future.

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Why give to Human Appeal?

We’ve been working in Syria since the very beginning of the conflict in 2011. This wealth of experience has allowed us to design the most impactful projects that meet the most urgent needs in Syria today – ongoing healthcare and urgent food.

Our projects are run by local staff, our hospital is manned by local doctors and nurses, all working together to improve the lives of the most vulnerable, and the future of their country. When you entrust your charity to us, it’s supported by 30 years of experience, and specialists in protection, child safety, and emergency response.

If you want to change lives in Syria, with meaningful, impactful projects run by capable, caring hands, give your charity through Human Appeal.

Last year, you helped us to treat 102,302 people at our old hospital in Aleppo before it was bombed and forced to close in August. Over the last 4 years, we’ve helped over 9 million Syrians.

Donate to save lives in Syria.

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