Matching gift: Help 2X as many Ghouta refugees

Matching gift: Help 2X as many Ghouta refugees

Fighting in eastern Ghouta is almost over … but the fight for survival has just begun. The people of Ghouta have lost their homes, their businesses, and their livelihood. They need your help if they are going to survive. And thanks to a matching gift, your donation to...
How you can help Ghouta families survive

How you can help Ghouta families survive

On one side of eastern Ghouta, Syria, rebel forces are fighting to keep the city. On the other side, the armies of the Syrian government are battling to reclaim it. Trapped in the middle of the fighting — directly in the line of fire — are thousands of innocent...
The escape from Mosul: Rahim’s story

The escape from Mosul: Rahim’s story

The smell of burning rubble. The ear-piercing pops of automatic weapons. The sight of his brother being killed before his eyes … These are all experiences Rahim cannot wipe from his memory. He can never forget them. Even when he lies down to sleep in the displacement...
Syria is burning — Here’s how you can help

Syria is burning — Here’s how you can help

Ahmed makes his way through the dusty, rubble-filled street that once was his neighborhood. The cold wind tears at his flimsy coat — it was all Ahmed had time to grab as he and his family escaped their home. His family now lives in the basement of a half-destroyed...
Children are dying in brutal Syrian airstrikes

Children are dying in brutal Syrian airstrikes

The thick clouds of smoke make it impossible to know whether it’s day or night in Eastern Ghouta, Syria. Bombs are constantly falling. Hospitals have been demolished. Houses have been leveled. But the relentless airstrikes continue. In three days, more than 300...
Iraqi refugees stuck in limbo

Iraqi refugees stuck in limbo

“We were trapped.” Saeed’s voice grew quiet as he recalled the months he spent inside ISIS-controlled Mosul. “We didn’t have any chance to flee because ISIS besieged us, [leaving] no safe exit,” he said. Mosul used to be home to more than 2 million people — many...
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