Stand With Dialysis Patients in Jordan & Lebanon

For refugees, risk factors that worsen a kidney condition include a lack of dialysis supplies, lack of adequate nutrition, and toxic stress. Because of the high cost of treatment for dialysis patients, many refugees cannot afford the treatment and many have lost their lives. Over 300 displaced Syrian patients have...

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Save East Ghouta

“Hospitals are overwhelmed. Floors are overflowing with injured and blood. Those patients we discharged a couple of days ago are now back with more serious injuries…. The word “catastrophe” can’t describe what’s happening in East Ghouta. Why do we continue to let children die before our eyes? What have we done to deserve this?” –...

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#AleppoIsBurning

“We represent a last hope, the final defenders of life in this city. But we are also among the fallen. We have all lost medical brothers and sisters to barrel bombs and missile strikes, but we keep on working through the night,”            – Dr. Abo...

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Medics Under Fire

“And yet the helicopters come. The chop-chop-chop of their blades causes panic every time. And the barrel bombs continue to rain down, on our homes, on our schools and on our hospitals, often at a rate as high as 50 per day. Why do I stay? Because it would be strange...

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#WithSyria Campaign

SAMS Participates in #WithSyria Campaign SAMS joined with over 130 other NGOs to lead the #WithSyria campaign, urging world leaders to make clear that they are on the side of civilians in Syria. We called for all states to use their power to ensure that international law is respected and...

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