Speaking out for Syrians

We take humanitarian assistance into Syria, seeking out and supporting the most vulnerable people struggling to survive there. What we bring out is their stories. It was our medics who received the teenagers affected by the incendiary device targeted at a school, as featured on BBC Panorama, and it was our doctors who diagnosed the first new case of polio in Syria since 1999, and we were the first to take food aid into Yarmouk.

Hand in Hand for Syria bid for help

Burton Mail 02 October 2014   Read the article… 

Syria charity blames red tape for closure of Aleppo hospital

The Observer (Tracy McVeigh) 29 June, 2014  Read article… 

Doctors struggle to save Syrian hospital

Church Times (Madeleine Davies) 24 June, 2014  Read article… 

British hospital helping victims faces closure

The Times (Laura Pitel) – 24 June, 2014  Read article… 

Funding crisis forces Aleppo hospital closure

The Daily Star (Beirut) (Nadia Massih) – 14 June 2014   Read article…  

Syria’s Doctors in Crisis: In the battle to heal Syria, physicians save the lives of others while putting their own at risk

The Majalla (Emma Pearson & Katie Welsford) – 8 June, 2014  Read article… 

Syrian children send what they can back to UK children to say ‘thank you’

BBC News – 22 May, 2014   Watch video…

Jumping Syria’s aid queue: unconventional methods of humanitarian relief

Al Majalla – 22 May, 2014  Read story…

Syria ER – Three years in a Syrian hospital 

Syria Deeply  – 22 April, 2014  Read story… 

Syria – The Silent Enemy (polio in Syria)

BBC Radio 4 ‘Crossing Continents’ – 31 March, 2014  Listen to programme…

Hail to Syria’s heroes

Huffington Post – 12 March, 2014  Read article… 

Doctors in Syria saving lives regardless of allegiance

Anadolu Agency, Turkey – 6 February, 2014  Read story… 

These humanitarians are heroes

Buzz feed – 30 January, 2014  Read blog...

How Syria sank into all-out civil war 

BBC News Middle East – 17 January, 2014  Read story…

Prospects for Geneva 2  

Radio 4 – 16 January, 2014 Listen to Part 1  |  Part 2

The sideline or frontline: where should the UK medical profession stand in times of armed conflict overseas?

BMJ – 10 January, 2014, 24 December 2013  Read story…  |  Read Blog…

Giving Newborns the Warm Welcome They Deserve 

Barakabits – 6 January, 2014  Read story…

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News archive May-December 2013



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