Syria is in its fifth year of conflict. Since March 15, 2011, millions of Syrians have been living in daily turmoil: entire towns are decimated; violence abounds throughout neighborhoods; schools are closed; hospitals are overflowing with people but are undersupplied; food and clean water are scarce. Syrians, living inside Syria or as refugees in neighboring countries, are in desperate need. The United Nations has declared the Syrian conflict “the worst of the 21st century.”
The content on this page serves to report on humanitarian efforts for those affected by this crisis, so while the title is “Syria,” the work spans across Syria, Jordan and Lebanon.