Syrians in the midst of crisis

The UN estimates nearly three-quarters of Syria’s 22.4 million population will need humanitarian aid in 2014. Starvation is now threatening the Syrian population.

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Refugees

There are more refugees and internally displaced people than at any other time in history. We are

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Syrians growing numb to the pain of war

The ongoing toll of war is leaving many Syrians with deeply disturbed responses to the daily reality of war. The soul of the nation is being destroyed. Evil is finding new ways to embed itself in the nation.

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Refugees in Turkey

Refugees from Iran and Afghanistan find themselves trapped in hopelessness when the escape to Turkey. The Church is seeking to find ways of responding.

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Syrian refugee crisis

The refugee crisis for Syria has reached proportions that the United Nations is likening to the time of the Rawanda genocide.

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Syrian Refugees in Egypt

Egypt is host to an estimated 140,000 Syrian refugees, 47,000 of whom have registered with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR). The UNHCR anticipates 100,000 Syrians to register in Egypt by the end of 2013.

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Refugees: the crisis of hopelessness

The statistics on refugees are troubling, and overwhelming. But the individual stories of lives caught up in the tragedy of conflict and marginalisation reminds us that these are individuals who are real people with real pain.

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