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Syria Crisis Appeal

Fighting in Syria has forced about 12 million people to flee their homes. More than 100,000 have now been killed, with many more injured or detained. Right now, millions of people are in urgent need of food, water, shelter and healthcare.

As the humanitarian crisis continues to grow, the British Red Cross is calling for more funds to support affected people in Syria and neighbouring countries.

 

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What we are doing in Syria

Aid in Syria

We have been helping in Syria since before the unrest began.

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Three years of conflict

Medical Assistance, Syria, 2011

March 2014 marked three years of the Syria crisis. See photos, videos, personal stories, analysis and more.

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Syria news

Millions of Syrians face an uncertain winter as vital aid funding begins to dry up.

The humanitarian crisis in Syria is growing and the UK needs to do more to help, says the British Red Cross – on the eve of a UN conference on resettlement.

The International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement is shocked and saddened by the deaths of two volunteers in Syria.

More money for food aid to help people in Syria is urgently needed, the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) has warned.

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Syria stories

Before the conflict in Syria, Rania and her husband had jobs, a house, a car and a good life.

At a Syrian Arab Red Crescent health centre in Damascus, Syria, nine-year-old Raneem is receiving treatment.

Syria Crisis Appeal

SARC volunteers helping with a baby

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