Syria: Help for Refugees, Support for Democracy and Human Rights
How You Can Help: Find out who is providing humanitarian relief to Syrian refugees and, where possible, to civilians, and what you can do to support them.
Syrian Aid Organizations:
UOSSM: A group of Syrian Doctors aiding the wounded
Jusoor: Syrian ex-pats working to help those living in Syria throug scholarships and community development
International Aid Organizations:
I am Syria: US-based Grassroots awareness organization for Syrian relief.
Doctors Without Borders: working with Syrian doctors and makeshift hospitals
IRC: delivering medical aid, legal support and assiting victims of violence
UNHCR: UN agency assisting refugees
In June, 2013 the UN estimated that 93,000 people have died since the uprising began, an average of 5,000 deaths per month.
On February 26, 2013, The UN High Commissioner for Refugees Antonio Guterres told the Security Council on Wednesday that the number of registered refugees that have fled violence in Syria will reach one million within a month, warning that a "moment of truth" is approaching where the humanitarian community's capacity to provide assistance will reach its limit.
As of November 5, 2012, UNHCR reports that there are 296, 940 Syrian refugees living in Lebanon, Turkey, Jordan, and Iraq, the vast majority of whom are women and children.
As of late August, 2012, UNICEF reports that there are more than 19,000 people residing in a Jordanian refugee camp, with more arriving daily.