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Syria crisis: How you can help

Syrian civilians are bearing the brunt of a conflict defined by the intense and continuous use of explosive weapons. Here is how you can help.

Roqaya, 14, lost both legs in a shelling in Syria. WIth HI's help she is walking again.

Roqaya, 14, lost both legs in a shelling in Syria. WIth HI's help she is walking again. | © Abbie Trayler-Smith/Panos for DFID

With the terrifying scale of the conflict in Syria, it's easy to feel like you don't know what to do. But you can make a difference.

Every day, HI teams witness the suffering and trauma of the Syrian people as we work to support the most vulnerable people in countries across the region: Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, and Iraq.

But we also witness the most incredible examples of courage, resilience, and hope, in situations that for most of us are simply unimaginable.

Since the launch of our emergency response in 2012, HI has provided more than 680,000 people with support including rehabilitation, mobility aids, prosthetic limbs, psychological support, and basic needs items.

Here is a list of simple, quick things that you can do right now to help the most vulnerable people affected by the Syria crisis.

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