400,000 people flee for safety after increased violence in Syria
3 million people are trapped and at risk due to increased bombardments in Idlib, Syria. Hundreds of thousands are left without shelter, food, water or access to medical care.
500 people, including children, are reported to have been killed in the violence.
SKT Welfare is on the ground now providing life-saving assistance.
Renewed attacks in Northern Syria since the end of May have meant over 400,000 people have been forced to flee their homes. Again. Many people have already had to escape for safety a number of times, and some are being displaced for the 10th time.
Syrians face devastating conditions in makeshift, temporary camps without water, sanitation and a huge lack of food.
Don’t forget the Syrian people in their hour of need. Donate now to ensure we can provide life-saving aid to those in need. Your donations can save lives:
£50 could provide a family with nutritious food for a month
£100 could provide a family with water for a month
£150 could provide vital healthcare
£300 could provide an emergency shelter
The people of Syria have been facing a destructive war for the last nine years, with no real end in sight. The UN has described Syria as the ‘biggest humanitarian and refugee crisis of our time’.
Entire villages have been reduced to rubble and families forced to flee their homes in search of safety, often with only the clothes that they are wearing. With a rising death-toll, many children have been made orphans, and families left with no source of income or support.
Official figures reveal that a staggering 13.1 million people across Syria – which is above 70% of the population - are in urgent need of humanitarian aid, over 5 million of those being children. 9 million Syrians have fled and are living as refugees in neighbouring countries including Turkey and Jordan, while 6.5million are displaced within the country.
Donate now to provide vital aid to those in Syria.
SKT Welfare has been working inside Syria since 2014 providing vital care to millions of people with food, water and medical care. Our food projects have meant we have provided food parcels and fresh bread on a daily basis to over 7 million people.