Unfortunately, neither country is willing to open its borders to accept the new wave of Syrian families. This leaves 270,000 displaced civilians with no option but to settle in over-crowded, inadequate camps, or desolate areas near the borders. This has not been the first time a mass exodus of Syrians have been forced to leave a city with nowhere to go, according to a recent UNHCR report approximately 6.2 million Syrians have been displaced since 2011 – and a further 6.3 million have fled the country as refugees.
In light of the developing crisis in the region and the increased number of citizens who have been forced to leave their homes, the people of Daraa urgently need your help. Our team is on the ground helping families resettle, by setting up tents and providing basic essentials, such as; mattresses, blankets, food, and water to families who are moving to these desolate areas.
A small donation today will help our team provide more of these essentials.
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