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Help Syrian Children

Over a million children are refugees of the crisis in Syria.

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A Syrian girl at the Domiz refugee camp in Northern Iraq. UNICEF provides services here to more than 40,000 Syrian refugees.

More than 5 million children are affected by the brutal, three-year-old conflict in Syria. Children have been put at risk by unrelenting violence, crumbling infrastructure, ruined schools and hospitals, and shortages of essential supplies. In some areas, UNICEF is maintaining the entire water supply.

Refugee camps in the countries bordering Syria are overflowing. There are now more than 1 million child refugees who have fled Syria. That's more than the combined under-18 populations of Los Angeles and Boston.

To support Syria's children, UNICEF has helped mobilize the largest humanitarian operation in history, supplying food, water, education, clothing and critical immunizations in Syria and neighboring countries. 2.3 million children have been vaccinated against measles. More than 10 million people have received clean, safe water. 400,000 children who cannot attend school will learn through a UNICEF-supported home-based program.

UNICEF is fighting to protect Syrian children, but we need your help. Donate to help UNICEF meet their urgent needs.

If you prefer, print a form to send your donation by mail or call 1.800.FOR.KIDS (1.800.367.5437) to donate by phone.

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