Concern marks World Refugee Day

Concern marks World Refugee Day

20 June 2013

This World Refugee Day, Concern Worldwide is warning of the longer-term humanitarian consequences of political side-taking in Syria.

Here is an extract from the press release, which can be read by clicking on the link below.

We have set up water, sanitation and hygiene programmes inside Syria and we have also committed our support to a partner who is already operational on the ground. It is in the mandate of Concern Worldwide and other humanitarian organisations to remain neutral in all circumstances. Our focus is to save lives and reduce suffering, so we deliver aid where it is needed most. We will support the people inside Syria and those who have been forced to flee.

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Concern marks World Refugee Day

This World Refugee Day, Concern Worldwide is warning of the longer-term humanitarian consequences of political side-taking in Syria.