Here’s a number – 2,000. That’s how many donors we need this fall to stay on track. Can we count on you?
One reason to give cash: It empowers people to buy what they need, not what aid groups think they need.
The Treasury Department has temporarily OK'd relief transactions. But most major money transfer companies won’t remit aid from the U.S. to Syria.
High bread prices have helped topple governments in the region.
A Syrian restaurant in Providence, Rhode Island, is shipping its baklava across the country.
They found new homes in Turkey, along with frustration, resignation and hope.
Amna Hafez is like thousands of other Syrian women in Turkey who've been forced to create a new life for themselves and their families.
As a Syrian living in Turkey, Dania Abdulbaqi struggled to find formal work as an engineer.
A family of six adjusts to life in the Connecticut suburbs.
"The system in Syria is different. We don't have credit. We deal only in cash."