Syria Crisis In Numbers
The Syria conflict has produced the world’s largest humanitarian crisis since World War II. Though Syria accounts for less than one percent of the world’s population, its people make up nearly one third of refugees worldwide.
You Can Change Someone’s Life
Syrian orphans are on the verge of losing their battle as they live without enough food, healthcare and schooling.Your $50 a month provides full support for an orphan.
An estimated 2.8 million Syrian children are currently out of schools.Your $300 can sponsor a student’s education for an entire year.
Sunrise-USA supports thousands of registered families through its food basket program. We also provide milk and baby formula to families with young children. Please sponsor a number of food packages today.
Syrians are in desperate need of food, shelter, and winter aid. With your Zakat contributions, Sunrise-USA works tirelessly to assist needy families displaced inside Syria.
Concrete Housing Units
SunriseUSA is building 84 concrete housing units in northern Syria to move refugees to. This will be one of several projects we are working on. You can sponsor a housing unit for $2500 only.
Ramadan is the month of charity and compassion. Ten consecutive Ramadan have gone since the beginning of the Syrian conflict and we are witnessing the 11th one. Give generously this Ramadan
Thanks to Our Donors
Needy Families are the Recipients of Your Zakat
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Stories from Syria
News & Report
The country’s infrastructure has been entirely wrecked due to the conflict’s suffocation of its economy, which has had a devastating influence on civilian life. Women and children are the most severely affected
Even after 11 years of Syrian crisis, Syrian children are suffering the most. They are not only robbed of their peaceful and childhood life, but are also deprived of their right to education due to various reasons
A decade of conflict and violence has turned Syria into one of the most desperate places in the world. The Syrian crisis has had the worst effect on children, some of whom have lost their lives to the conflict, and thousands of others left homeless
In this forgotten neighborhood, we make our first steps alongside images of misery where buildings are on the verge of collapse, hiding behind their walls the tears of innocent eyes whose dreams are just a warm lap and a toy