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ACN has stood by Syrian Christians during ten years of civil war


One of the most important projects supported by the organization since 2017 is the “A Drop of Milk” campaign in Aleppo. It distributes powdered milk to more than 3,000 children from Christian families who are in need or have been displaced by the war.

Ten years of conflict in Syria: ACN calls on international community to facilitate humanitarian aid


ACN calls on the international community to instruct banks to accept money transfers designated for humanitarian aid, which is already provided for in the exceptions to the existing sanctions.

A family in Homs, Syria (Ismael Martinez Sanchez_ACN)

Syria: sanctions only make people ‘suffer and become poor and miserable’


“The situation is growing ever more dire; the people are on the verge of starving to death. Some have already died.”

Sister Annie and some of her charges

Syria: ‘please don’t forget us’


The world has begun to forget about Syria and that’s painful.”

Archbishop Chahda

In Aleppo, Syria, a Mass in gratitude for ACN donors


“Your support makes the families stay in the country.”

Archbishop Selwanos Boutros Alnemeh

In Syria, the passing of a fighter for hope


“I was raised an orphan; the Church was my mother. Now all of us in Syria feel like orphans.”


Christmas in sight, gifts are earmarked for children in Syria


25,000 warm anoraks are now being cut and stitched together in the dressmaking and tailoring workshops of local craftsmen and craftswomen in Aleppo.

BIshop Audo

‘The Syrian people have been brutally driven into poverty’


“the war is not over yet, particularly not in Idlib, around Aleppo or in the Jazira region of north-eastern Syria.”

Sister Annie Demerjian

Syria: ‘we are living through the worst period in our history’


“For many people life is almost unbearable. Most Syrian families feel afflicted by the psychological and material pressure,”

Father Lufti (Custodian of the Holy Land (ACN))

Syria: Friars are caring for Christians living under Sharia law


“Those extremists have often persecuted, attacked, beaten, tortured and even murdered some of our brothers and sisters.”

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