All stories about Syria's children
Jordan, Lebanon, Syria: Raising awareness to prevent polio among Syrian refugee children
A polio outbreak in Syria raises concerns about disease in crowded refugee conditions. We're supporting UNCEF's vaccination campaign and addressing sanitation needs.
Jordan, Lebanon, Syria: In the News: NPR's All Things Considered visits Syrian refugees with Mercy Corps' child protection expert
Alexandra Chen spoke with NPR about the importance of treating symptoms of trauma in children displaced by the conflict.
Lebanon, Syria: Doulama's story: A video by Syrian youth
Doulama was 18 when she was forced to flee her home in Syria. Two years later, she talks about the escape and how she dreams of going back home.
Jordan, Syria: We asked Syrian kids: What makes you happy?
What we learned: The joys of childhood are universal. These portraits put a human face on a massive humanitarian crisis.
Jordan, Syria: Toys bring smiles to Syrian refugee children
As these photos show, the arrival of stuffed animals and classics like Play-Doh and Memory gave kids a moment of happiness in otherwise dire circumstances.
Jordan, Syria: In the news: TODAY highlights Mercy Corps' work with Syrian refugees
Jordan Country Director Rob Maroni discusses the families he's met and the tremendous need he witnesses every day.
Jordan, Syria: Aya's story: A future in limbo
Just a year from finishing high school when she fled Syria, Aya now struggles to help her family find a semblance of home in Zaatari refugee camp.
Lebanon, Syria: A journal by young Syrian refugees
In our photojournalism workshops, 300 Syrian youth embarked on a project to document their lives. See their photos, drawings, letters and poems.
Lebanon, Syria: Fadi's story: A camera offers new perspective
We're using photography to help young Syrian refugees like Fadi find purpose and integrate into their new communities. Read his story and see his photos.
Lebanon, Syria: Meet our field staff: Ghassan
As part of the Mercy Corps team responding to the Syrian refugee crisis in Lebanon, Ghassan's gentle poise and easy smile make him the ideal mentor for the children he helps.