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Hasnaa stands with her three children at the edge of their makeshift refugee camp in Bekaa Valley, Lebanon, February, 2017. Originally from Aleppo, Syria, Hasnaa’s husband Khaled noted “When the revolution began I had already been working as a soldier. The army forced me to stay with them for about four months, and then allowed me to
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0 of 1,500 USD
Nadia (27) with her son Mazen (2) outside their tent in Lebanon, March, 2017. Before Mazen was born, Nadia fled Syria with her husband, Mohammad (27), in 2013 when extremists invaded their town. Fearing for their safety and livelihood, they fled to Lebanon. Mazen was born in 2014 and only knows life as a refugee.
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100%
24 Sponsors
3,150 of 1,500 USD
Before conflict came to Syria, Walid (6), Khaldyeh (5) and Ghadeer (4) lived with their parents and younger sibling Ihklas (3) near Aleppo. Their father Jaber Wadi (27) worked as a shepherd and their mother Midala was studying. One day in 2013, Jaber Wadi had been to the bakery when, without warning, a shell dropped on
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100.00%
22 Sponsors
2,000 of 2,000 USD
Twins Baraa and Yasmin (8) with their sister Alaa (6) outside their shelter in Lebanon. Their mother Wafaa explains why they fled their hometown of Hama, Syria in 2014: “The army came to our town and clashed with the rebels and then our town was struck by missiles, shells and guns. When we were at home a
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0.33%
1 Sponsor
5 of 1,500 USD
Ilaf (9), Alma (2) and Ismail (5) stand outside their tent in Bekaa Valley, Lebanon. In 2014, ISIS invaded their hometown in the countryside of Al Raqqa, Syria. Their mother Basma said she was afraid to leave their home for daily errands and needed goods and services became rare and expensive. Basma said she made
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53.04%
4 Sponsors
1,485 of 2,800 USD
Four years ago, the Hamudi family was living happily in Aleppo, Syria until militants began dropping bombs and shells near their home. Afraid for their lives, the kids’ parents Mohammed (37) and Fatin Jedaan (34) made the difficult decision to flee for the border. Now sheltering in Turkey, they have no access to a stove
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100%
11 Sponsors
1,860 of 1,500 USD
Ali (32) holds his 5-month-old twins Farah and Ahmad outside their tent in Lebanon. Ali worked in construction and when the war in Syria broke out, he traveled back-and-forth to Lebanon in search of employment. In 2015, when their home no longer felt safe, his wife Zakyeh (37) followed to Lebanon to protect the family.
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76.13%
19 Sponsors
1,142 of 1,500 USD
Rajwa (14) and her sister Amina (12) live in a tarp tent in Lebanon near the border with Syria. Their mother Futaim explains why they fled their home in 2014: “I was living in the east of Al Raqqa with my extended family. There was bombing and clashing between the groups. We were all so
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75.00%
25 Sponsors
1,500 of 2,000 USD
Sisters Sedra (12) and Noor (28) seen here with their widowed mother Faiza. The girls father Adnan passed away in 2011 from cancer. Shortly after that, their house was destroyed by a rocket. Faiza explains: “The walls, furniture, all fell apart on us while we were inside. We went to sleep at 11:30 and woke up
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100.00%
1 Sponsor
2,000 of 2,000 USD
Nour, Mohammad and Hiba fled their home country of Syria with their mother in 2013 and the family has been seeking asylum ever since. Their father was killed in their schoolyard by a tank shell. They first fled to Arsal and were then moved to a refugee camp in Lebanon six months later. Hiba and her siblings
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100.00%
17 Sponsors
3,500 of 3,500 USD
Naya (6) and her cousin Abdelsalam (5) fled Syria in 2016 with their mothers when their home was destroyed by a bomb. Naya’s mother Waed (24) notes, “Our family was threatened and told either we had to leave or we would be killed. Those were our two options.” It was not an easy journey to Turkey.
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100.00%
2 Sponsors
2,000 of 2,000 USD
Aziza (73) and her daughter Nafaa (45) live in a tent in Lebanon. They fled their home in Syria after extremists took over their area.  “Extremists got into the region and they were taking a girl from every family, I felt so scared and decided to flee to Lebanon in 2014.” Aziza has glaucoma and high blood
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19.17%
2 Sponsors
115 of 600 USD
Hala left Syria with her sons, Fateh (10) and Ahmad (12), in March of 2017. “I lost my husband 3 years ago, he left the home to buy needs for us and didn’t return, and up until now I still don’t have any information about him. I stayed with my kids in the middle of the
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30.37%
14 Sponsors
1,974 of 6,500 USD
The only thing I want to do is take care of my mother and father. They are being threatened. I want to make a better life for my family and for my society. My mother’s biggest wish is that I get married. I’m not ready to get married yet, but I want to fulfill my
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0.42%
1 Sponsor
5 of 1,200 USD
Baryeh seen here with Sanaa (16) one of her two daughters. Baryeh explains why they left their home: “We lived in Al Tabqa, Syria with my husband. When the unrest began, the regime’s army began to clash with the rebels near our home. At first they were fighting on the ground, but eventually Al Tabqa was attacked by air
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34.37%
21 Sponsors
1,031 of 3,000 USD
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Urgent
Hamza, pictured above, is suffering from tuberculosis, the treatment of which will last six months to one year. Although Hamza is currently being treated at the hospital, they are unable to keep him there for the required period of time. The family desperately wants to take Hamza out of the hospital but they will need to
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78.73%
17 Sponsors
1,181 of 1,500 USD
Alaa and her two-year-old daughter Shahd are Palestinians who were living in a refugee camp in Damascus. When it came under siege, they were transported to Idlib. Eventually Idlib became unsafe and they decided to escape to Turkey. “Someone loaned us the money to exit Syria and then provided us with a house in Turkey. Everyday we
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17.50%
4 Sponsors
350 of 2,000 USD
Zahar and her family of ten fled Syria for fear of their lives. Three militant groups clashed in their town. Now living under tarps in Bekaa Valley, Lebanon, they hope to return to Syria should the country become safe again. Zahar’s daughters Fatima (19) and Halima (14) are the sole earners in the family. Both work in harvesting potatoes. In
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34.50%
6 Sponsors
345 of 1,000 USD
Warda (5) sits outside her family’s shelter in Syria. Her mother, Khaldiye, describes why she and her five children left their home in 2013: “The force was positioned in the area around the village barriers and they were bombing all over the place, day and night. We just couldn’t sleep from the fear, especially the
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100%
22 Sponsors
1,195 of 1,000 USD
Cudi (8) lives with her mother, father and brother in Istanbul after fleeing Syria in 2013. The family was living in Damascus, stuck in the middle of the fighting between two sides. An electrician, their father went into hiding to avoid being drafted. For about a year he stayed in the house and didn’t go
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100%
15 Sponsors
840 of 750 USD
Hayat is the mother of three children (two pictured). Her youngest, Jena, was born with a malformed skull that limited her brain’s ability to develop as she grew older. The doctors said she required surgery before she turned one, but because of the war she was unable to access medical care. Her father escaped to
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56.00%
4 Sponsors
280 of 500 USD
Shirin (4) and Cihan (1) in Istanbul. Their parents fled Syria in 2012. The kids’ mother Neyruz explains: “We lived in Aleppo for two years under bombs and air raids. There were no supplies, not even bread available.” After originally fleeing to Afrin, the family continued on to Turkey where they stayed in Neyruz family’s living room. The
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14.50%
5 Sponsors
145 of 1,000 USD
Mohammad (7), Khaled (1) and Hajar (5) pictured above with their mother Nibal stand before their plastic tent in a refugee camp in Lebanon. They fled their hometown northeast of Damascus in 2015 after living in peace and happiness for many years. The militants arrested Nibal’s husband and four brothers after receiving false information from
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4.60%
3 Sponsors
230 of 5,000 USD
Ahmad (11), Rahman (10) and Hamza (6) came to Lebanon with their mother Fadia and grandmother after their car was hit with a barrel bomb in their village in Syria. All five suffered minor injuries and continued on to Homs in search of the kids’ father. They found him working in a hospital in Homs
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93.11%
4 Sponsors
931.05 of 1,000 USD
School aged siblings Anas, Amal and Ahmad fled Syria with their parents Teiseer and Sumya after unrelenting bombings in 2012. Their home was under constant attack based on its proximity to the middle of the village. They moved to Homs and rented a house until the war followed and then moved to Yabroud where they sought
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100%
5 Sponsors
553.01 of 550 USD
Ibada fled Syria with his wife, his mother and his brother’s children in 2013 after their hometown in Syria was bombed. During the bombing, Ibada was shot in the foot and his brother was killed. Ibada still suffers from the injury and struggles to walk. He received immediate treatment from the Red Cross, but is
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48.60%
21 Sponsors
2,430 of 5,000 USD
MayarMeral
Urgent
Mayar (6) and Meral’s (4) father Sharif explains why they fled their home in Syria in 2014: “We were living in Salamiyah where there were bombs and kidnappings happening all the time. There was a car bomb explosion in January 2013 that partially damaged our house. My son (Mayar) has been traumatized since that day. He
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100%
28 Sponsors
2,800 of 2,500 USD
Bayan (2) and Layan (4) have lived as refugees in a tent in Lebanon for their entire lives. The kids’ parents Mohammad and Souad left their home after it was bombed by shells during a clash between fighters in their neighborhood and moved in with Mohammad’s sister for a year until shells destroyed the streets around them again. At that
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80.00%
42 Sponsors
3,200 of 4,000 USD
Eman
Urgent
Eman’s two sons, Muhammed and Yamen, are pictured above. Eman and her boys lived in Aleppo where barrel bombs were a regular threat. Four buildings on her street were destroyed. When one bomb hit too close to their building, Eman hid her children in the closet to escape the shrapnel coming through the walls. That’s when
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20.33%
5 Sponsors
305 of 1,500 USD
Sahar and her son Arshia (11) sit on a park bench in Athens, Greece. They have been in Greece since October of 2016, and since that time have been trying to obtain adequate support. “My husband and several family members perished in an accident three and a half years ago. Ever since then, the government has
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10.64%
3 Sponsors
564 of 5,302 USD
In April of 2014, a rocket destroyed Aya, Iman and Abdel Al Rahman’s home in Syria. Four of their ten siblings were killed in the blast, and their father disappeared. Their mother, Shamsa, was left to care for the remaining family on her own. Now living in Lebanon, Shamsa and her kids are in dire need of support.
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64.53%
45 Sponsors
2,581 of 4,000 USD
Diye (43) is a single mother who fled her country for fear of the safety of herself and her kids. Not only is she separated from her husband, who abandoned her a few years ago, but she also lost one of her sons who was drafted into the army. Since the tragic death of her
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26.50%
6 Sponsors
265 of 1,000 USD
Rajib (29), originally from Bangladesh, is currently in Turkey. Rajib does not have a permanent occupation although actively picks up temporary positions as a manual construction worker. Rajib comes from humble beginnings. His father, a subsistence farmer raised him, his brother and three sisters in a small village outside of Dhaka, Bangladesh. At the age
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100%
7 Sponsors
607.78 of 500 USD
Amina and her kids in front of their plastic tent in Bekaa Valley, Lebanon, January, 2017. “I was living in the countryside of Al Raqqa with my family. There was bombing by tanks, barrels and shells. My daughter was always crying, she was so afraid. With my husband we fled to Lebanon.” Now with a
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100%
38 Sponsors
2,540 of 2,500 USD
Waseem was still in his house in the countryside of Damascus as the soldiers and tanks deployed on his street. After a series of firefights, multiple stray sniper bullets hit his house and forced his family to flee to a safer area. The family of five moved five more times in the pursuit of safety
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32.67%
3 Sponsors
490 of 1,500 USD
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