The Syrian refugee crisis is taking a huge toll on families and children. Here are some steps for how to talk with your kids about it, and how you can help.
What is happening in Aleppo? Why are Syrians fleeing their homes? How is the war affecting children? How can I help those affected by the Syria refugee crisis and show them God’s love? Read on.
More than 65 million people around the world have been forcibly displaced from their homes, the most since World War II, the UN Refugee Agency says. Almost 21.3 million of them have fled outside their own countries as refugees. Here’s a look at five countries that produce the most refugees.
Aleppo was once Syria’s largest city and a cultural and economic hub. Photos of its destruction show a stark contrast to a once-thriving city.
World Vision is calling on people around the world to participate in the #Candle4Syria campaign to show solidarity with Syrians and challenge world leaders to do more to end the war.
A mass evacuation recommenced Dec. 15 out of the once rebel-held eastern Aleppo, Syria’s second-largest city and home to a large number of Christians. As of Dec. 16, it had been halted yet again. Pray with us for the children and families of Aleppo.
Shihab fled his home in eastern Aleppo, Syria, in the early hours Friday, Dec. 16. In the chaos, he managed to cram into an overcrowded bus leaving for safety in Idlib. Read his story.
Reflections on Christmas from Father Daniel in Iraq. His church is a safe place for 1,600 Iraqi Christians displaced by conflict.
Why are millions of people displaced in Iraq? Learn what World Vision is doing to help children and families affected by the conflict and the fight to retake Mosul.