Tagged: Jordan

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.

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.

Emergency Article

These photos from Zaatari refugee camp, in Jordan, which holds more than 100,000 Syrian refugees, show how some people have been coping with camp life. As winter begins to bite, we will be helping refugees living in the tented settlements through the distribution of blankets and plastic sheeting.

Press Release
Michelle Dockery meets children in Jawa, Amman. Photo: Abbie Trayler Smith / Oxf

Aid agency Oxfam is today launching a major appeal to help families affected by the Syria Crisis get through the harsh winter months – and beyond.

Press Release
Hussein Ammar, from Qusayr, Syria, reunited with his mother. Sam Tarling/Oxfam

World leaders attending the G20 summit must seize this opportunity and make real progress on helping find a political solution to the Syria crisis.

Press Release
Bernal calls on international community to find an urgent solution to the crisis

Oxfam Global Ambassador and Hollywood actor Gael García Bernal has taken time out from filming on location in Jordan to meet Syrian refugees.

Press Release
Syrian refugees at the Zaatari camp, Jordan. Photo: Anastasia Taylor-Lind/Oxfam

Many Syrian refugees living outside camps across countries in the region are losing out on the help they desperately need, according to five international aid agencies today.

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Children looking at a crescent moon.

More than 1.8 million Syrians have fled their homes and are now living in neighboring countries. Life is tough and the month of Ramadan makes them think of home more than ever.

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