Since early 2011 the Syrian civil war has taken a terrible toll on children and families, causing the largest human displacement crisis today. Millions of people have fled the country, millions more are internally displaced. The war has left schools, hospitals and entire cities in ruin.
Care and counselling for hundreds of unaccompanied and separated children in interim care centres
Child Friendly Spaces where thousands of children are able to play and learn in a safe environment
Supplies such as food, water and other essential items to help cover the basic needs of internally displaced families.
Referral programme for children with urgent medical needs
SOS Children’s Villages International receives funding through many multilateral and governmental entities. These donors provide essential funding to support the programmes in the countries where we work. Emergency response and relief efforts carried out by SOS Children’s Villages International in Syria are supported in part by the The German Federal Foreign Office, the Luxembourg Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and the Icelandic Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
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