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Emergency Response

Emergency Response Programme

The civilians in Syria are at risk of serious suffering due to the lack of humanitarian aid. Severe weather, flooding and political instability have raised more concerns over the future of civilians in Syria. According to the UN Security Council, more than 11.7 million Syrians are in desperate need of humanitarian assistance. Civilians continue to flee their homes amid the ongoing conflict.

AREAS OF EXPERTISE:

Watan UK is deployed in Syria, distributing food, medical supplies, educating children and helping them with several other projects.

Responding to the current situation in the country, Watan UK pledges to speed up and scale up the level of support we are able to provide to the civilians inside Syria. Your donation will go directly towards the neediest. Please donate now!

Our Mission

To create immediate and proactive response towards emergencies such as besiegement and natural disaster, by delivering crucial medical and emergency aid, facilitating on-the-ground medical staff and aid workers. Ensuring access to healthcare and other emergency aid is available to the most vulnerable families and individuals.

Beneficiaries

EMERGENCY RESPONSE

Syria Emergency Appeal

The civilians in Syria are at risk of serious suffering due to the lack of humanitarian aid. Severe weather, flooding and political instability have raised more concerns over the future of civilians in Syria. The situation is turning dire, especially in Rukban and Al-Hol camps. Consistency in the delivery of aid is crucial to the prevention of the imminent catastrophe threatening the future of civilians of Syria.

Watan UK is directly helping Syrian IDPs and refugees with delivering food, medical supplies, educating children and helping them with several other projects. Your donation will go directly towards the neediest. Please donate now!

IDLIB Emergency

Idlib Needs Your Help!
The bombing and shelling has also forced hundreds of thousands of people to move our of Idlib in the attempt to find safety. More than 586,000 people have moved in the last two months, of whom the majority are children. WATAN appeals for an immediate end for the hostilities, and for a serious international effort to cooperate on Idleb. We are sending food assistance, health supplies, non-food items and shelter. But we can’t do this alone.

Give Where the Need is Greatest

Give Where The Need Is the Greatest

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