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Hitting Rock Bottom: How 2016 Became the Worst Year for Syria's Children

No child is spared the horror of the war in Syria, where children come under attack on a daily basis. Violence is everywhere, ripping apart places that children thought were safe -- places that should be safe: schools, hospitals, playgrounds, public parks and children’s own homes.

Children have paid the heaviest price in this six-year war and their suffering hit rock bottom last year in a drastic escalation of violence.


Children of Syria in Turkey Info Sheet January 2017


Children of Syria in Turkey Info Sheet October 2016



Children of Syria in Turkey Info Sheet July 2016


Children Uprooted: The growing crisis for refugee and migrant children - Executive Summary

Around the world, nearly 50 million children have migrated across borders or been forcibly displaced. This report presents – for the first time – comprehensive, global data about these children – where they are born, where they move and some of the dangers they face along the way. The report sheds light on the truly global nature of childhood migration and displacement, highlighting challenges faced by child migrants and refugees in every region.

Syria Crisis Humanitarian Situation Report JUNE 2016


Syria Crisis Humanitarian Situation Report MAY 2016


Syria Crisis Humanitarian Situation Report APRIL 2016


Syria Crisis Humanitarian Situation Report MARCH 2016


Syria Crisis Humanitarian Situation Report FEBRUARY 2016


Syria Crisis Humanitarian Situation Report JANUARY 2016


Syria Crisis 2015 Annual situation Report DECEMBER 2015


Children of Syria in Turkey_Info Sheet April 2016

The conflict in Syria – triggering what is now the worst humanitarian crisis since World War II – is entering its 6th year, with no end in sight. Millions have been forced to flee their homes to neighbouring countries, their futures uncertain. Children continue to pay the highest priceand bear the heaviest burden of the crisis: their education, emotional well-being and even their lives, are all at risk.



The education and protection needs facing Syrian children in Turkey are enormous and growing by the day. Together with the Government of Turkey and our partners, UNICEF is striving to meet the challenges and prevent these boys and girls from becoming a ‘lost generation’.

Syria Crisis Humanitarian Situation Report NOVEMBER 2015


AN AGENDA FOR #EVERYCHILD 2015


World leaders are setting out a roadmap for human progress over the next 15 years. Known as the Sustainable Development Goals, these new global targets will drive investment and action in virtually every country on earth, touching millions of lives. That is why it is vital that every child, girls and boys alike, is included – and that children everywhere are at the heart of the new global agenda.


Syria Crisis Humanitarian Situation Report OCTOBER 2015


Syria Crisis Humanitarian Situation Report SEPTEMBER 2015


Syria Crisis Humanitarian Situation Report AUGUST 2015


PTT Card Brochure


Syria Crisis Humanitarian Situation Report JULY 2015


Syria Crisis Humanitarian Situation Report JUNE 2015


Syria Crisis Humanitarian Situation Report MAY 2015


Syria Crisis Humanitarian Situation Report APRİL 2015


Syria Crisis Humanitarian Situation Report MARCH 2015


Syria Crisis Humanitarian Situation Report FEBRUARY 2015


Syria Crisis Humanitarian Situation Report JANUARY 2015


Syria Crisis 2014 Annual situation Report DECEMBER 2014


Syria Crisis Humanitarian Situation Report: 13 NOVEMBER - 12 DECEMBER 2014


Syria Crisis Humanitarian Situation Report: 14 OCTOBER - 12 NOVEMBER 2014


Breastfeeding Brochure


Hygiene Brochure- Turkish and Arabic


High Energy Biscuits Brochure- Arabic


Syria Crisis Humanitarian Situation Report: 16 SEPTEMBER - 13 OCTOBER


No Lost Generation initiative - One Year Report - Sept 2014

No Lost Generation Initiative – One Year On


Increased investment in education and protection helps safeguard the future of a generation of children affected by Syria crisis


Millions more children at risk as the crisis deepens


Syria Crisis Humanitarian Situation Report :16 AGUST - 15 SEPTEMBER 2014


Syria Crisis Monthly Humanitarian Situation Report: 14 JULY - 15 AUGUST 2014


Looking with Hope to the Future- Poster


Syria Crisis Monthly Humanitarian Situation Report: 20 MAY - 12 JUNE 2014


Don't Forget Children of Syria Brochure

There is still time to prevent a lost generation... 

With assistance to protect them from violence, abuse, and exploitation; education to foster their minds and build resilience; and support to heal the hidden wounds of a merciless war, the children of Syria can build a better future for themselves, their families and the world. 

"Don't Forget Children of Syria" Poster

There is still time to prevent a lost generation... 

With assistance to protect them from violence, abuse, and exploitation; education to foster their minds and build resilience; and support to heal the hidden wounds of a merciless war, the children of Syria can build a better future for themselves, their families and the world. 

Polio - Brochure

Polio - Brochure (in Turkish and Arabic)

Less Fearful, More Active - The Psychosocial School Project for Children Affected by the 1999 Earthquakes in Turkey

Between August and November, 1999, the industrial northwestern Marmara region of Turkey was devastated by two massive earthquakes. Eighteen thousand died, many thousands more were injured and over six hundred thousand were made homeless as a direct result of the two catastrophes. The cost of the damage to the infrastructure has been estimated at $1.5billion. But the true cost of the disasters will never be fully accounted for in any currency: over a quarter of a million children and their families continue to cope, daily, with the traumatic after effects of bereavement, physical injury, near-death experiences, homelessness, dispossession and memories of the profoundly disturbing sights and sounds they witnessed during the earthquakes.

UNICEF Turkey Country Office, Yukarı Dikmen Mah. Alexsander Dubçek Cd. 7/106, 06450 Çankaya/Ankara. Telephone: +90 312 454 1000 Fax: +90 312 496 1461 E-mail: ankara@unicef.org