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Jordan, Syria: Lifting weights and spirits: How a women’s gym forged a friendship
The Syrian refugee crisis is complex and full of challenges. But Lena and Leila's story is proof of one thing we know for certain: bringing refugees and their neighbors together can transform entire communities for good.
Jordan, Syria: For refugees with disabilities, a back to school to remember
Syria's most vulnerable refugee students face incredible barriers to receiving an education. That's why going back to school means so much more for them than the end of summer.
Jordan, Syria: A second chance at a future for Syria's lost generation
More than 8 million Syrian children have been affected by war and risk carrying the emotional scars of it forever. We're helping them cope with stress and stay on the path to a brighter tomorrow.
Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria: Quick facts: What you need to know about the Syria crisis
More than seven years in, Syria's civil war has fueled a massive exodus. See the staggering statistics and learn the facts behind the figures.
Syria, Turkey: Far from home, refugee family finds they’re not alone
When Fediya and Feras fled Syria, they left behind their home, community and the support from Mercy Corps that was helping them survive. As refugees in Turkey, they struggled to get by — until Mercy Corps knocked on their door again.
Syria: Q&A: How bread is helping families survive in Syria
Before the war in Syria, bread was a staple food for families there. Now, after more than five years of conflict, it's a lifeline. Find out how we're getting this critical food to war-torn communities, and helping Syrians feed their families.
Greece: For refugees fleeing, it's a long road to safety
For parents seeking refuge for their children, deciding to flee conflict is just the beginning. Here's what they're going up against to protect the ones they love most.
Lebanon, Syria: Syrian dad determined to keep refugee kids learning
Ziad will do anything to ensure his children get an education — and a future — as refugees. At this camp in Lebanon, that meant starting a school in his tent and teaching lessons himself.
Greece: This is what a refugee family looks like
Every refugee family looks different, and every story is unique. But they're all working against the odds to overcome tremendous adversity and remain undivided. Meet some of them here.
Greece, Syria: Syrian refugee mother struggles to reunite family
Walaa has gone to extraordinary lengths to protect her children from the war in Syria. Now, separated from her husband and stuck in Greece, their story of survival is far from over.