FIVE YEARS OF
DEATH AND DESTRUCTION
Five years ago, you most likely graduated from university, went on a vacation or celebrated Eid with family and friends. Life for us was normal and continues to be normal. However, five years ago, the children of Syria had to carry what little belongings they could to walk across borders into foreign countries. They have yet to return. The death and destruction that has taken place over the last five years in Syria is truly horrific. Millions have been displaced inside the country or become refugees in neighbouring countries. With over 300,000 people dead and millions injured or disabled, there is hardly a Syrian family who hasn’t been devastated by the tragedy. We need to continue helping.
TRAGEDY IN NUMBERS
People Need Humanitarian Assistance
Syrians are now refugees
People have been killed
HOW YOU CAN HELP
Provides blankets for a family to keep babies warm.
Provides a family with a pack of staple foods to eat.
Provides a family with core relief items, including kitchen set, blankets, plastic sheets, sleeping mats, soap, and stove.
Can provide a family with a sturdy tent and blankets to shelter themselves.
HOW WE HAVE BEEN HELPING
Since the crisis began in 2011, HCI has been helping provide essential needs for civilians fleeing the conflict. We have provided over $6 million in aid and rehabilitation, but the need is massive.
We are working deep inside Syria to provide medical aid and health assistance for those trapped and displaced inside. The healthcare system is entirely destroyed, those injured rely on our support.
Education and rehabilitative care for refugee children and families. Working with Al Salam school, we’ve provided hundreds of children with free education.
JORDAN & LEBANON
Personal and household supplies, clean water and sanitation, education and recreation, Child-Friendly Spaces and child protection training for adults, winter kits and psychosocial support for children.
Please play your role by donating, advocating for change, and praying for a peaceful end to this tragedy.