Day 47

Praying the hope of Christ would reign in Syria

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How to Help
Since the Syria crisis began in 2011, World Vision has helped more than 2 million people in Jordan, Lebanon, Turkey, Iraq, Serbia and in Northern Syria with food aid, health assistance, hygiene support, water and sanitation, baby care kits, winter kits, and child friendly spaces.
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World Relief works with local churches to provide urgent supplies and services to displaced Syrian refugees in Jordan, Turkey, and Iraq. In addition, World Relief has been empowering local churches to resettle refugees in the United States for more than 35 years.
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We Welcome Refugees exists to empower the global church to be a key agent of hope and compassion in the Middle East refugee crisis. This is a developing movement to mobilize the church to provide tangible ways to support refugees and partner with churches on the front-line of this humanitarian crisis.
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Lutheran World Relief, through the ACT Alliance helps provide hygiene items, winter coats and blankets, emergency shelter and psychosocial support to Syrian refugees in Hungary, Serbia and Greece. Since October 2012, LWR has provided $7.05 million in assistance to Syrian refugees, reaching more than 235,912 beneficiaries.
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Safe Passage is Operation Mobilisation's ministry to refugees in Europe. Working closely together with local churches, OM teams in Greece, Macedonia and Serbia meet refugees at their initial entry points. They provide water, food and essentials, as well as information and activities for distraction.
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Since 2011, UMCOR has worked with local partners in Syria, Lebanon, Armenia, Turkey, Greece, and elsewhere to supply more than $3.5 million in humanitarian relief, including emergency food and water; education and child-friendly spaces; and hygiene, newborn, and other relief-supply kits, to people displaced and fleeing violence in Syria and Iraq.
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ADRA is the global humanitarian organization of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. We’ve helped over 120,000 refugees in seven Eastern European countries, providing essential items, including food, clothing and hygiene kits, and services such as transport, information and translation services, psychosocial support and charging stations.
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Since the beginning of this crisis, BGR has worked with trusted partners in Syria, Lebanon, Turkey, Greece and other areas to provide the basics such as food, water, shelter, education and medical care. We have spent more than $3 million in our efforts to date affected almost a quarter of a million people in need.
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