About Us

We provide crisis humanitarian relief and plant the seeds of sustainable development for the people of Syria.

Our Programs

We tackle areas of need for Syrians and Syrian refugees, conducting needs-assessments and partnering with local communities to deliver comprehensive care.

Women



Children



Shelter



Health



Protection



Food Security




Non-Food
Items



Education




Our Advocacy

Syria's future depends on advocating for its people. It's an integral part of our care.
Here are a few of the things we advocate for (or click here to learn more):


Medical services for
vulnerable Syrians

Improved humanitarian access

Support for Syria's neighbors

Addressing Syria's
education vacuum

Latest News

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Press Release: Nearly 400,000 Civilians Cut Off from Aid in Aleppo and Manbij

NEARLY 400,000 CIVILIANS CUT OFF FROM AID IN ALEPPO AND MANBIJ SINCE SYRIA SUPPORT GROUP PLEDGED TO SECURE ACCESS // More than 300,000 civilians in Aleppo and an estimated 60,000 in the Manbij area, Syria, have been cut off from aid in the last three weeks, marking a shameful deterioration since the International Syria Support Group (ISSG) […]

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At Democracy Panel on Syria, Co-Founder Jomana Qaddour Discusses Education, Civil Society

On Friday, May 20, SRD Co-Founder Jomana Qaddour attended a panel event on Capitol Hill hosted by the Syrian American Council, the Democracy Council and the Global Peace and Development Charitable Fund. The event, Way Forward in Syria: Implications for Policymakers, offered an opportunity for congressional staff to hear from members of Syrian diaspora organizations. […]

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Meeting the Real Needs of Syrian Civilians: A Message to the Humanitarian Task Force

It has been 60 days since the U.S. and Russia signed the Munich agreement, calling for increased attention to address the dire humanitarian conditions inside Syria. In this time the Humanitarian Task Force (HTF)—established by the 23-member International Syria Support Group (ISSG)—has helped push for UN convoys to enter 31 communities designated by the UN […]

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