Children standing upfront of Syrian refugee camp
Reaching children affected by the Syria crisis

Children are disproportionately affected by conflict. Learn more about how the Syrian crisis is affecting children in Jordan, Lebanon, Turkey and Syria, and what we are doing to help.

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Emergency
More than 11 million people have been forced to flee their homes

Since the beginning of the Syrian civil war and the massive humanitarian emergency it triggered, World Vision has supported an ever-increasing number of individuals and communities across four countries worst affected by the crisis: Syria, Jordan, Lebanon and Turkey.

The conflict is unpredictable and each year is different. We are committed to reach all children affected to ease suffering and keep our promise to rebuild futures.

Statistics

5.7 Million

registered Syrian refugees

1.7 Million

Number of people assisted by World Vision

5 Million

Number of children in need of assistance in

A new report by World Vision reveals an alarming increase in child marriage in northwest Syria
New Report by World Vision
Stolen Future: War and Child Marriage in Northwest Syria

This report looks at the most insidious price children must pay as a result of war: forced and early marriage. The practice was widely reported by close to 90 percent of Syrian children and adults.

Child marriage is not and should not be considered an inevitability in conflict situations.

World Vision's response to the Syrian Crisis_Map of our response
Syria Crisis Reponse
Where we are working

World Vision is working across Syria, Turkey and Jordan to support refugees, those who are internally displaced inside Syria and vulnerable host communities.

Around the world, the coronavirus (COVID-19) is taking lives, devastating families and disrupting life in previously unimaginable ways. Refugees, internally displaced people are at even great risk.   Our emergency response teamsthat  were already on the ground are adapting their priorities to focus on protecting these communities from COVID-19. 
Responding to COVID-19

Around the world, the coronavirus (COVID-19) is taking lives, devastating families and disrupting life in previously unimaginable ways. Refugees, internally displaced people are at even great risk. 

Our emergency response teams that were already on the ground are adapting their priorities to focus on protecting these communities from COVID-19. 

New satellite imagery and analysis of shows transformation of Idlib as the conflict enters its 10th year

Syria Crisis Response Ending CTA
Protecting Children
Putting children first:

toward a brighter future for Syrian children