Your gift today will help the most vulnerable Syrian refugees, including children with disabilities and those who have been injured by violent conflict. Humanity & Inclusion is on the ground at this very moment, assisting refugees inside Syria, as well as in neighboring Iraq, Jordan, and Lebanon. We are providing urgently needed emergency rehabilitation care, distributing walking aids, providing psychosocial support, and supporting hospitals in the care of wounded civilians.
Please, join us in supporting the innocent victims of this devastating civil war. By making a gift now, you are giving them new hope for a better future.
“We left our country when the conflict began,” Hiyam tell HI’s team in Lebanon about fleeing the violence in Syria. “We didn’t want our sons and daughter to grow up with the war. When we arrived in Lebanon, we thought we’d be safe. Then one day, on my husband Talal’s way home, a car came out of nowhere and plowed into him. My daughter was also in the car and she’s still very traumatized by the accident.
They took my husband to the hospital where he spent a month in intensive care. The doctors told us he wouldn’t survive, or if he did, he wouldn’t remember anything. They also said he’d be totally paralyzed for the rest of his life. I remember the first time I visited him in his hospital room. He looked like he was dead. I was devastated.”Read more
Three-year-old Hamad is from Syria. After fighting broke out in his country, his family took refuge in Jordan. Last year, Hamad was injured at home, leaving him with severe burns and unable to move his fingers. Since then, our teams have been providing him with rehabilitation care.
Civilians in the line of fire: The Syria INGO Regional Forum warns against a false sense of safety in Syria
November 2, 2017
The bombing of civilians in urban areas is commonplace in present-day conflicts. Bombing not only kills and maims civilians, it destroys entire neighborhoods. The bombing of homes has a terrible impact on civilians including forced displacement, extreme hardship for families, and the contamination of affected areas.