We’ve just taken US$530,000-worth of aid into hard-hit Aleppo

April 07, 2014 - Written by admin

Aleppo is Syria’s largest city, and has been the hardest-hit by the conflict as the opposing sides wrestle for control of a strategically and economically important city. Many of those who have survived the city’s pounding by barrel bombs and shelling have fled to other parts of the country or even out of Syria altogether. […]

Navigating Humanitarianism: The Logistics of Saving Lives

December 20, 2013 - Written by Luke McManus

Hand in Hand for Syria is one of the few charities left operating inside Syria. Fadi Al-Dairi, the charity’s co-founder and Operations Director, explains the vital role we play on the ground and the practicalities of getting aid to those who need it most.

Medical aid arrives for new hospitals in Syria

March 20, 2013 - Written by admin

Premature and sick babies being cared for at the new neonatal unit in the HIHS Children’s Hospital, Syria. Photo courtesy of Jack Hill/ The Times. The Hand in Hand for Syria medical aid convoy of ten vehicles set off from London in late February and made it safely into Syria on 11 March 2013. Carrying […]

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