Braving the heat and harsh living conditions this Ramadan, our team inside Syria have been working long hours cooking, packing and distributing meals in time for sunset. But despite the efforts of so many charities this month, the need for relief inside Syria has been far greater.
As homes have been destroyed, hundreds of thousands of families have spent this Ramadan without a place to call home and no clean water or hot food. In the inadequate camps in which many of them live, there are no decent cooking facilities and sleeping with no mattresses can be distressing for children and the elderly.
As last ten days of this blessed month will pass us like a blink of an eye, let’s come together now and give some of the most vulnerable people of Syria an Eid and ending to Ramadan that they deserve.
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