DAMASCUS, Syria (Feb.
CARE began operating in Syria in 2013 by providing lifesaving emergency assistance to people affected by the conflict in Syria. We are providing food and emergency supplies to families, psychosocial support to children and emergency medical equipment and support for women.
Civilians under fire in two of Syria’s ‘de-escalation zones’ living in inhumane conditions, warns CARE
Syrians tell about life with little food, water, and medicine and call for an immediate ceasefire
Hundreds of thousands of Syrians risk being pushed to return in 2018 despite ongoing violence, warn aid agencies
For every Syrian who returned home last year, three more were newly displaced
AMMAN (January 17, 2018) — CARE has started increasing aid distribution to Syrian civilians who have been displaced by ongoing fighting in the Northern governorate of Idlib, where living conditions are deteriorating daily as temperatures plummet, and aims to reach 25,000 people with emergency hel
Civilians in the line of fire: Syria INGO Regional Forum warns against a false sense of safety in Syria
Thousands of Syrians are still being killed, wounded, displaced, and besieged every day as the war rages on and help is not reaching people in need, the Syria INGO Regional Forum said today.
Wouter Schaap, CARE's country director for Syria, joined NPR's Mary Louise Kelley to discuss how CARE is ramping up efforts in Syria, where thousands have been displaced by the war.