Syria crisis: Ways you can help
Fierce fighting in Syria has uprooted millions of people from their homes and created one of the biggest refugee crises of our time. Most of the refugees are women and children, arriving in neighboring countries with little more than the clothes on their backs. Here’s how you can help.
Urge Secretary Kerry to stand with Syrians for peace, not war
Syria's men, women and children have endured terrible suffering. As Oxfam works on the ground to provide them with much-needed humanitarian aid, we join Syrians in their call for an end the bloodshed once and for all.
It's time to show courage against the tide of war. It's time to take concrete action and hold peace talks – which were promised months ago, but have yet to happen. A peaceful, political solution can be found if world leaders act urgently to make a peace summit happen. Urge Secretary of State Kerry and the Obama Administration to push for peace talks and find a political solution to end the bloodshed now.
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Stand in solidarity with over 1.8 million Syrian refugees and share these images with your friends.
Watch and share this video
Violence in Syria has affected more than four million children, each with a story and hopes for the future. Share this video on Facebook and Twitter.
Help provide essential aid to families
Oxfam's efforts to provide 650,000 people with humanitarian aid in Jordan, Lebanon, and Syria are severely underfunded. Your donation will help families get access to safe water, latrines, shelter, and critical supplies. Please donate to the Syrian Refugee Crisis Fund to help us meet the most critical needs in this escalating emergency.
Photo: Karl Schembri/Oxfam