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1 crore 23 lakh Syrian children need help

1 crore 23 lakh Syrian children need help

More Syrian children need more help than at any time since the civil war began a decade ago. However, the United Nations says funding for them is declining. The United Nations children’s agency said in a statement. News from Al-Jazeera and AFP.

The agency says Syrian children have been suffering for a long time and that their suffering should end. Assistance is needed for 1 crore 23 lakh children fleeing the country and elsewhere. More than 6.5 million children in Syria need assistance. Since the crackdown on anti-government protests began in 2011, the Syrian war has killed nearly half a million people and displaced millions.

1 crore 23 lakh Syrian children need help

Adele Khodar, UNICEF’s Middle East chief, said the need for child support was growing inside Syria and in neighboring countries. Many families are struggling to make ends meet as food prices skyrocket due to the Ukraine crisis. The United Nations says children are most at risk.
Khodar added that in Syria’s neighboring countries, about 5.7 million children are dependent on aid due to political instability. Their lives are full of poverty and hardship. UNICEF says it has run out of cash to provide assistance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Noting that funding for humanitarian activities is declining, Khodar said UNICEF has received less than half the amount it needs for the current year. UNICEF has demanded 20 million for a “cross-border operation” for about one million children in rebel-held areas in northwestern Syria. -Bass.

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