Families and children in North East Syria are fleeing for their lives. Military operations in the area threaten the safety and livelihood of nearly 90,000 already-displaced citizens who rely exclusively on humanitarian aid. Kids Paradise’s teams in Syria are working in displacement camps, preparing to scale up to meet the increased needs of vulnerable children. Urgent support is needed to help this impending humanitarian disaster.


The conflict in Syria has devastated the lives of a generation of young people. Many of Syria’s children have missed years of their education, with 2.1 million children in Syria currently out of school. After more than eight years of war, it’s more important than ever that we show the children of Syria they are not forgotten. For the 6.2 million people currently internally displaced in Syria and the 5.6 million Syrian refugees with no place to call home, we must continue fighting for a future we all share.

What is Happening in Syria Right Now?

Every day, millions of Syrian children are living with the chaos of war. Innocent boys and girls are growing up in fear for their own lives and the lives of those they love.

How You’re Changing Children’s Lives
Thanks to giving people like you, our work for the children of Syria is making a difference.

As Syria’s conflict approaches its ninth year, Kids Paradise inside Syria continue work tirelessly to reach Syrian children and families who have been displaced within their country. Our humanitarian teams are also present in camps and host communities, providing Syrian refugees and vulnerable children from these host communities with food, shelter, water and sanitary services, and access to medical care, education, and child protection activities.

We have delivered a wide range of aid


The Challenge for Syria's Children

Many of Syria’s children and their families live in areas where basic services are almost non-existent. The essential infrastructure they rely on – such as healthcare, education and water and hygiene services – has been decimated, and at least 2.5 million children have had to flee their homes and are now internally displaced, living in terrible conditions. You can make a difference.

55% of school-age children are out of school

18 out of 1000 children die

before their 5th birthday

85% refugee children are living below the poverty line

28% of children suffer from stunting due to malnutrition

How to Help Children in Syria

More than half the population of Syria has been forced to flee their homes, with 6.2 million people currently internally displaced and 5.6 million refugees.* Thousands of children have been orphaned or separated from their families in the chaos of war. 2.1 million children are out of school, deprived of basic essentials and a safe and protective environment.

Since the start of the crisis, `Kids Paradise has worked to reach the most vulnerable children in Syria and in Turkey. You can help, you can be a hero in his life and in the lives of other children in his community. With your steady support, they’ll finally have the chance to grow up healthy, learning and safe.

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