Crisis in Syria

The crisis in Syria has shaken our conscience with images of innocent men, women, and children suffering from the devastation within their own country, surviving as refugees in neighboring countries, in many cases leaving everything behind.

This is a time of unparalleled need. No single country can bear this responsibility alone. Our response - as nations, as individuals, as organizations and as communities- must be equally unprecedented. You can help.

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Syria Complex Emergency - Fact Sheet #1
On November 4, a UN–Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC) convoy reached the informal Rukban settlement—located along the Syria–Jordan border berm—from Syria’s capital city of Damascus, delivering food, health, nutrition, and other assistance sufficient for 50,000 people, according to the UN. In addition, the UN simultaneously vaccinated children against measles and polio at the settlement. Access to humanitarian assistance has remained limited for settlement residents since mid-January, when a UN operation from Jordan last delivered food and relief commodities to Rukban.

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Last updated: November 14, 2018

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