Ramadan Food Aid

Last year’s Ramadan campaign was the largest since we first started operations in Syria in 2011.

Um Ali, a mother-of-five, was forced to leave her home in Aleppo and flee to Bab Al Salameh camp on the Syrian-Turkish border.

She said: “We spent several days with only a small amount of food. My children were sleeping on empty stomachs. The suffering we felt wasn’t only from hunger but pain, fear and disappointment. But this year Ramadan came filled with rewards and generosity, which put a smile back on my children’s faces. When I have something to cook for my children on a daily basis, it gives us hope to know that people are remembering us and to realise that we are not alone.”