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World Vision UK CEO, Justin Byworth, tells a haunting tale from his recent visit to Lebanon.
9 months after his last visit, Justin Byworth is back in Beiruit and describes firsthand what Syria’s descent means for its mothers and fathers, sons and daughters.
Fled from their homes, living in a foreign country, often in little more than a tent, the children of Syria are facing challenges that no child should be forced to face. But what do they dream about for their future?
World Vision's Joy Toose shares the very real concerns for the children of Syria who, despite being safe from bombardment in Lebanon, now face falling behind through lack of schools and education.
Aid agency World Vision continues to step up its efforts in Syria and neighbouring countries, as the number of refugees fleeing the conflict reaches a landmark two million.
After meeting baby Muna while visiting our work in Jordan, the poignancy of their shared birthdays lead World Vision International's Meg to write an open letter about how inadequately she can answer the questions the crisis raises.
Like a lot of boys his age, Abdurrahman, 9, from Syria imitates sounds. Today, he is imitating the sound of rockets.
Many Syrian refugees living outside camps across countries in the region are losing out on the help they desperately need, according to five international aid agencies today.
Communities in Lebanon are at 'breaking point' as refugees fleeing deadly violence in neighbouring Syria continue to pour into the country - putting children further at risk, aid agency World Vision warns today.
The Impact of the Syrian Refugee Crisis on Host Communities in
Today the UK’s Secretary of State for International Development announced that that the UK will allocate £50 million to help both Syrian refugees in Lebanon and Lebanese people affected by the crisis.
For World Refugee Day our colleague, Joy Toose, from World Vision Australia - currently seconded to Lebanon - shares the moving story of Miriam and her 3 grandchildren living on the kindness of strangers.
Raw Hope is an initiative from World Vision, which has been set up to save and protect children in the world’s most dangerous places.
The conflict in Syria is entering its seventh year. As tens of thousands flee Aleppo while the fragile ceasefire holds, we urgently need your help to support deeply traumatised children making their escape.
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Aid agency World Vision is today voicing concerns that the risk of girls as young as 12 being married could increase, as parents who flee Syria struggle to protect their children amid a deepening humanitarian crisis.
Nadene Robertson from World Vision UK has been in Lebanon meeting families who have had to flee from Syria. In this blog she writes about the incredibly difficult conditions people are living in, in the south of the country.
Muna, a mother of five from Syria, vividly describes the night their village came under attack from rockets and fled for Lebanon.
Members of the UK public have so far donated a generous £4.2 million to the DEC Syria Crisis Appeal. More than five million people affected by the fighting now need urgent humanitarian aid, with three million of those forced from their homes.
Abdullah, a father of five talks about the harsh realities of life for Syrian refugees. “We have used up all our tears, so now we are smiling.”
The Disasters Emergency Committee is launching an appeal for people affected by the conflict in Syria. The announcement follows a dramatic deterioration in the humanitarian situation since the beginning of the year.