We’ve heard the figures before. Hundreds of thousands killed, millions displaced, 13 million people needing aid to survive.
But behind these figures are stories of survival that your help made possible.
Aid deliveries of food and medicine to families trapped in besieged areas. Mobile medical clinics that treat wounds and everyday illnesses. Parents able to give their kids a warm place to sleep at night, with blankets and winter clothing. Hygiene items that help women and girls protect their dignity.
Families restarting their lives, both inside Syria and neighbouring countries through cash grants, livestock, seeds and job skills training. Men, women and children given a listening ear and someone to talk to, to help them survive trauma.
This conflict is far from over. But with your help, the people of Aleppo can endure it.