Mona has been caring for 11-year-old Bashir after he was orphaned five years ago. Photo: Darren VaughanMona has been caring for 11-year-old Bashir after he was orphaned five years ago. Photo: Darren Vaughan

Support Syrian refugees fleeing years of conflict

Giving £15

could provide a essential hygiene kit for a refugee family

Giving £35

could help a Syrian refugee receive training to start a small business and provide for their family

Giving £130

can fund a referral to a medical centre for 10 refugees, enabling them to access life-saving treatment

Giving £3 monthly

could provide a baby with four weeks of a life-saving therapeutic feeding course

Giving £10 monthly

could provide two babies with a full seven week therapeutic feeding course

Giving £20 monthly

could provide four babies with a full seven week therapeutic feeding course

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Millions of families have fled their homes in Syria to escape 11 years of intense conflict. 13.4 million people are now living in unbearable conditions in Syria and facing food shortages.

Families have lost loved ones, their homes, their jobs. They had no other option but to flee and find refuge elsewhere in the country or in neighbouring Lebanon, Turkey, Jordan and Iraq.

Can you help us reach more displaced Syrian families with the means to survive and build back their livelihoods?

Bushra and her mum, Dalia. “My mother is everything to me," said Bushra. Photo: Darren Vaughan
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£35 could help a Syrian refugee receive training to start a small business and provide for their family
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Lama* is a Syrian refugee living in the north of Lebanon with her three children. In recent months, Lama has been attending embroidery classes with fellow refugees. Not only does she find it a fun pastime, but she hopes it might lead to a profession for her. Photo: Jason Kennedy
Lama* is a Syrian refugee living in the north of Lebanon with her three children. In recent months, Lama has been attending embroidery classes with fellow refugees. Not only does she find it a fun pastime, but she hopes it might lead to a profession for her. Photo: Jason Kennedy

Mother of three Lama* was living happily in Syria before the conflict broke out. She had to leave everything behind – including her cherished home and university studies - to keep her family safe.  She now lives in an informal tented settlement in Lebanon.

As part of Concern’s support to Syrian refugees, Lama has been attending embroidery classes. She is hopeful it could turn into a profession and enable her to earn an income to support her family.

Lama* is a Syrian refugee living in the north of Lebanon with her three children. In recent months, Lama has been attending embroidery classes with fellow refugees. Not only does she find it a fun pastime, but she hopes it might lead to a profession for her. Photo: Jason Kennedy
Concern is helping me by giving me valuable embroidery training. I’m learning new skills every day. I would like to open a small embroidery and sewing business.
Lama

4 ways your donation could support Syrian refugees

*Names have been changed to protect the identity of individuals

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Mother of 4 Nahida* walking through her camp with Concern Officer Samah. Nahida's landlord is building extensively on the land making it very inhospitable for her and her family. Photo: Gavin Douglas

Support Syrian refugees

  • £35 could help a Syrian refugee receive training to start a small business and provide for their family

  • In 2020, we distributed essential food vouchers to 116,000 people in Syria

  • We provided clean water, shelter and food vouchers to more than half a million of the most vulnerable people in northern Syria

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