Syria continues to be one of the most dangerous places for children to live in.
The 12-year war has caused a severe disruption in the formal and informal child protection services and left 6.5 million children in need. Of these 6.5 million, thousands of children have become orphaned or separated from their families in the chaos of war. The absence of their primary caretakers and protection services leaves children in Syria vulnerable to critical child protection concerns such as violence, trafficking, early marriage, and sexual exploitation.
We support children without parental care and families at risk who have been affected by man-made and natural disasters.