“As the Syrian conflict entered its seventh year on Wednesday, the United Nations Human Rights Chief Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein termed the crisis as the “worst man-made disaster the world has seen since World War II.”
With the recent chemical attack that killed 58 people in Syria of which 11 were children, the savagery took another plunge deep into the human heart. The heart that knows no love and knows only violence; the heart that kills children and derives pleasure in robbing Syria of its future.
The relief community has served over 9.3 million Syrians in need, both inside Syria and in neighboring countries. They have dispensed essential commodities like food, medical aid, water, blankets, mattresses, etc.
IRUSA also offers livelihood support to refugees within the USA by helping them find jobs and receive job skills training.
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