Millions of Syrians forced to flee their homes and relocate within Syria
Winters in Syria can be quite harsh due to sub-zero temperatures and snowfalls. Syrians need warm clothes and boots to get through frigid days and nights.
Women in the shelter learned how to prevent diarrhea. The campaign was a real success and the children embraced it throughout the shelter.
Many of the displaced persons have lost access to school and basic educational resources.
Tala, 2, from Ghouta, near Damascus in Syria, waits as her father collects drinking water from an Oxfam supplied water tank in Zaatari camp in Jordan.
With the destruction of Syria's health infrastructure, access to basic medications is now severely limited.
The water was provided to 20,000 beneficiaries, the service was conducted for 60 days during April and May 2015.
Many bakeries have been destroyed as a result of the conflict in Syria. The construction of a bakery would help provide a staple of the Syrian diet.
A Syrian refugee who benefits from Oxfam’s "Cash for Work" program, tests the quality of water in Zaatari refugee camp.
The orchestra will perform the following selections Ludwig van Beethoven (1770 – 1827) Symphony No 3, in E flat Major (Op. 55 “Eroica”) Allegro con brio Franz Schubert (1797-1828) Symphony No 8, Unfinished | Symphonie No 8, Inachevé Pyotr I Tchaikovsky (1840 – 1893) Suite Casse-Noisette (Op 71 A) Nutcracker Suite
Everyone is welcome aboard the journey of giving, and Syrians of all backgrounds are today in need of your compassion. Grant yourself a piece of true and profound happiness by giving to help brethren in humanity, knowing that what you give today will help alleviate the suffering of Syrians in need.
Dr. Jihad Makdissi
When you donate to the unfortunate Syria today, you are not donating far from your homes or hearts. You are donating to the holy land where Jesus Christ was born.
Dr. Nedal Alchaar