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The UN has said it is “gravely concerned” over reports of an escalating humanitarian crisis, faced by civilians across northwest Syria, with rising casualties and massive displacement as the conflict worsens day by day.

Airstrikes have already decimated 12 hospitals and clinics in the region, according to monitoring groups. In Hass, the hospital staff had their underground facility evacuated, which served around 200,000 occupants, before being bombed out of operation on Sunday.

This is a devastating start to the holy month of Ramadan for the hundreds and thousands of Syrian families who are being forced to leave their homes. We have also been receiving information that health facilities, educational facilities, and residential areas are being bombed by helicopters and planes.

We are on the ground helping families resettle. Donate today and help us provide food and shelter for these desperate families this month.
medical staff are working tirelessly each day seeing

20,000 patients

We are managing five primary healthcare facilities and one maternity hospital
Hundreds of people have been badly injured in Idlib, Hama and Aleppo as this international crisis escalates and fighting intensifies. There has been a surge of airstrikes, barrel bomb attacks and artillery strikes in the north of Hama and south of Idlib. Over 400,000 civilians have moved from their homes towards the Turkey border. These attacks are dangerous indicators that the city of Idlib will be targeted again, leaving innocent civilians at risk.

5 schools and 5 medical facilities were also bombed and put out of service in this area this week. Educational facilities, health facilities and residential areas are being bombed by helicopters and planes. This has resulted in civilians running for their lives. Vehicles loaded with mattresses, carpets, and even household appliances - like refrigerators and washing machines - could be seen leaving villages in southern Idlib.

A UN representative was quoted saying that the frequency of barrel bombing was highest in these past few days, as compared to the last 15 months - since the agreement between Ankara and Moscow. Ever since the civil war began back in 2011, around 1.7 million civilians in Idlib have been displaced, with a total population of the city of around 3 million people.

We cannot let this go on any longer. The Syrian people need our help. We will keep you updated and as always will continue to deliver emergency aid to Syrians in need. So, help our cause and donate now.
Syrian families fleeing bombing sites, in search of temporary shelter and relief.

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