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Syrian children recieve blankets in Austria

Outside of Syria, thousands of refugees have now spent years in exile. With their savings drained and employment opportunities thin on the ground, Syrian refugee families are sliding into poverty. Refugees have pulled their children out of school and have resorted to begging in order to feed their children. It is these extreme conditions that drive despair and cause thousands of people to make the hazardous journey towards Europe.

Syrian refugees arrive in Hungary

UNHCR is on the ground at every stage of the refugee journey providing desperately needed support – inside Syria, in neighbouring countries and beyond. Please give refugees fleeing conflict countries the help they desperately need.

$144 can provide a large family with warm sleeping bags

$345 can provide emergency rescue kits for eight survivors

$792 can provide a tent to shelter a family from the elements

Note: Should the funds raised exceed the amount required to meet the immediate and longer term needs of the people in the affected areas, Australia for UNHCR will direct donations to our Emergency Programs for Refugees to enable us to rapidly address future emergencies as they occur.

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