The scale of devastation in northwest Syria and southeast Türkiye is beyond imagination. Earthquake survivors are living in tents and makeshift shelters in bitterly cold winter weather. Children who’ve lost their parents are especially vulnerable to hunger, disease, exploitation and abuse.
Donations from generous Australians have helped our teams on the ground and local partners to provide thousands of children and families with hot meals, blankets, shelter items, heating supplies, and cash and vouchers so they can buy food and other essentials
With your ongoing support, we aim to assist one million people over the next 18 months to survive this disaster and rebuild their lives.
19,155 people have received heating supplies.
12,753 peoplehave received ready-to-eat and hot meals.
11,985 people have received cash and vouchers to buy essentials.
After receiving heating supplies through World Vision, this mother and her children in northwest Syria can stay warm inside their temporary shelter.
In northwest Syria, our local partner Takaful al Sham is distributing ready-to-eat meals and drinking water to families made homeless by the earthquake.
Hundreds of thousands of children living in tents and other temporary shelters urgently need food, clean water, healthcare and protection from abuse and exploitation.
Earthquake survivors in Syria and Türkiye are receiving cash and vouchers so they can buy food and other essentials