Tagged: Syrian Arab Republic

Emergency Article
Children attend an event organized by Oxfam and partner organization Utopia

A nursery school in Tripoli, northern Lebanon, has continued to run classes for Syrian and Lebanese children despite being on the front line of a long-running conflicts. A recent ceasefire is finally allowing Oxfam and our partner to deliver emergency assistance. 

Emergency Article
50% of those surveyed reported difficulties in accessing basic services

What does it feel like to be a refugee, forced to flee to an unfamiliar country and dependent on humanitarian assistance to survive? In order to improve our own service delivery and communication with refugees, Oxfam set out to better understand the ways in which Syrian refugees in Jordan experience the international humanitarian response.

Emergency Article
Twelve-year-old Ibrahim Hariri playing with his friends. Photo: F. Muath/Oxfam

Three years after the start of the conflict in Syria, many refugees’ hope of returning home sometime soon is dwindling. They are living in limbo, battling each day to survive, with little idea of what the future holds. These are some of their stories.

Press Release
Abu Mustaffa and his grandchild in their tent, Jordan Valley. F. Muath/Oxfam

More than 65 per cent of refugees surveyed by Oxfam fear they may not be able to go back to Syria despite desperately wanting to return. There is an urgent need for Geneva peace process to be kick-started as well as improved response from donor countries to UN’s humanitarian appeal.

Campaign article
Vigil for Syria, organized in Gaza in 2013. Photo: Oxfam

As the Syria crisis enters its fourth year, show your solidarity with the people of Syria and help put an end to the bloodshed.

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