Since the start of the Syrian crisis in 2011, massive destruction to houses, infrastructure and entire neighbourhoods caused displacement of countless numbers of Syrians. They had nowhere to go.
An estimated 7 million people are food insecure and a further 2 million are at risk of food insecurity. Food insecurity is one of the top needs in Syria.
Since the beginning of the crisis Islamic Relief has been on the ground supporting quality basic healthcare. We have provided millions of pounds’ worth of medicines, dressings, blood bags and other essentials to makeshift hospitals.
The lack of clean water can silently kill children. No access to clean water is an additional risk on the Syrian people in their displacement and under bombing. Shortage in hygiene items can also cause diseases among displaced families.
Our Education Program invests through various interventions to make education accessible mainly for preschool children and school age students.
Our annual Ramadan and Qurbani appeals enable thousands of Syrians, especially those suffering hardship, to share the joy of the blessed occasions of Ramadan and Eid ul-Adha.