The military conflict in Syria has displaced more than 6.3 million people within the country and caused
almost 5 million refugees to seek safety in surrounding countries like Lebanon, Jordan, Turkey, and Egypt. Women,
children, and the elderly are the most vulnerable in this crisis as shelter, medical care, and food resources are
stretched beyond their limits within these host countries. More than 120,000 lives have been lost since the
conflict began more than two years ago, and many have been injured and are in need of care.
In Jordan, over 655,000 men, women and children are currently trapped in exile. Approximately 80 per cent
of them live outside camps, while more than 140,000 have found sanctuary at the camps of Za’atari and Azraq.
Many have arrived with limited means to cover even basic needs, and those who could at first rely
on savings or support from host families are now increasingly in need of help
Our mission is to provide medical relief and support services that address the physical wounds and emotional
suffering of those impacted by the ongoing military conflict in Syria. We aim to fulfill our mission by
delivering vital health care services, humanitarian aid, and sustainable development projects in support
of the injured and those who are most vulnerable - refugee women, children, and the elderly.