Syrian Children’s Relief Project

The PCRF helps any child get the humanitarian care that they need in the Middle East, regardless of their nationality or religion. There are millions of Syrian refugee children all over the region who are in need of specialized medical care who the PCRF is working hard to support.

About Our Syrian Children Relief Project

The PCRF team in Jordan and Lebanon work hard with local doctors, NGOs and other nonpolitical partners to identify children in need and to reach the most vulnerable communities.  Most Syrian refugee families have your children and many of them are in need of basic medical essentials such as food, clothing, and shelter.

Syrian refugee children do not have travel documents to travel abroad for medical care through the PCRF.  Due to the limited resources in the hospitals in Lebanon and Jordan, free medical care for Syrian refugees cannot be provided there. The goal of this program is to help every Syrian child in need of care in Lebanon and Jordan.

Syrian Refugees Treated in Lebanon

Syrian Refugees Treated in Jordan

SYRIAN BENEFICIARIES OF HUMANITARIAN DISTRIBUTIONS

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Our mission at the PCRF, as it has always been, is to provide families with children in the Middle East with free medical and humanitarian aid, regardless of background, religion or race.

Program Details

We have been identifying children from the refugee camps in both of those two countries and arranging surgery for them in local hospitals in both countries, but doing crowd funding through our newsletter and online sources.   Dozens of injured or sick Syrian kids have been treated that way in the past few years.  

This is a challenge because a lot of the Syrian kids flee without passports and are not able to get ones made as refugees outside of the country, but for those who have, we still follow their case and help them after they return for treatment.

We have done a bunch of different humanitarian projects in Lebanon and Jordan for Syrian refugees, and sponsorship of Syrian children who need specific care, like medicine or medical supplies.  

We work closely with the Syrian American Medical Society (SAMS) on joint missions to Lebanon to treat children  and refugees with free medical care, and have done our own missions to Lebanon in which Syrian patients are treated the same as Palestinians.

There are 15 Syrian refugee families with children in Gaza. These families are barely surviving due to circumstances of war and violence and the lack of resources within the Gaza Strip. PCRF has been helping them to meet their basic necessities since 2016. 

Latest on Syrian Children Relief Project

07Dec

Seven Syrian Refugees Sponsored for Surgery in Lebanon

This week, seven refugees were sponsored for surgery through our Syrian Children's...

23Nov

Syrian Baby Sponsored for Surgery in Jordan

This week, Mohammad, a Syrian Baby living in Irbid, Jordan, was sponsored...

02Nov

Syrian Refugee Get Surgery in Jordan

Ten-year-old Alia is a Syrian living in Al-Zaatari refugee camp in northern...

31Oct

Seven Refugees in Lebanon Sponsored for Surgery

This week, seven Syrian refugees living in Lebanon were sponsored for ENT...

18Oct

Syrian Refugee Has Surgery in Lebanon

Basheer, a Syrian living in Lebanon, was sponsored by the PCRF for...

18Oct

Syrian Refugee Undergoes a Life-Saving Surgery in Jordan

Islam was only twelve when he was diagnosed to have severe basilar...

18Oct

PCRF Sponsors Syrian Refugee for Surgery in Lebanon

This week, a fifteen-year-old Omar, a Syrian living in Lebanon, underwent a...

14Oct

Spanish Team Returns to Lebanon to Treat Refugees

This week, a five-member team of doctors and nurses from Spain returned...

11Oct

Syrian Refugee Has Surgery in Jordan

This week, a five-year-old Syrian child living in Jordan named Qasem underwent...

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