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UNHCR | Donate to Syrian refugees to help save lives.

After more than a decade of crisis, life is harder than ever for displaced Syrians. 

There are 6.6 million Syrian refugees in the world right now. The majority of them live in poverty in neighbouring countries.  

Refugees are still living in makeshift shelters, years after fleeing their homes. More and more parents are struggling to feed their families. Fewer and fewer children are able to go to school.  

The future of a generation is at stake. 

UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, is on the ground inside Syria and in neighbouring countries, working with refugees and internally displaced people. Yet every winter, the situation becomes even more desperate as the bitter cold sets in and winter storms wreak havoc for these vulnerable families. 

With your support, we can enhance the resilience of displaced families to survive the harsh weather. This includes winter cash assistance to help Syrian refugees in the region buy heating stoves, fuel, and winter clothes, and provide displaced families inside Syria with essentials like winter clothes and sleeping bags.  

You can give hope. Please donate today. 

Syrian refugee Yaucot, 5, holds the hand of her father, as they wait outside the new arrivals distribution point in Azraq refugee camp

Every day is an emergency for Syrian refugees

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Summary of donation information

By giving a monthly gift, you can help provide Syrian refugees and other displaced families with ongoing relief and protection.

US$ 400

could provide two families of five in Syria with core relief items, including mattresses, fleece blankets, a kitchen set, a sleeping mat, a solar lamp and other items

US$ 180

Could provide cash assistance to an affected family in Jordan

US$ 42

could cover the cost for a displaced child in Syria to attend extra-curricular primary school activities