Children both inside Syria and in neighboring countries have been put at risk by unrelenting violence, crumbling infrastructure, ruined schools and hospitals and shortages of essential supplies. In some areas, UNICEF is maintaining the entire water supply.
Refugee camps in the countries bordering Syria are overflowing. There are now more than 2.5 million child refugees who have fled Syria. Many have faced several bitter winters in makeshift shelters without protection from the cold.
To support Syria's children, UNICEF has helped mobilize the largest humanitarian operation in history, supplying food, water, education, warm clothing and blankets, and critical immunizations in Syria and neighboring countries. Across the region, more than 2.1 million children have been vaccinated against polio in 2016 alone
UNICEF is on the ground right now providing lifesaving treatment to children inside and outside Syria. We are requesting US$1,100 million (Baht 38,500) from around the world to respond to the humanitarian crisis faced by Syrian refugees and other vulnerable children in countries hosting Syrian refugees in the region.
UNICEF is fighting to protect Syrian children, but we need your help. Donate to help UNICEF meet their urgent needs.
ํYou can also donate offline at
•Bangkok Bank, Ko Pho Branch, Current Account, Account No. 201-3-01324-4
•KrungThaiBank, BanglumpooBranch, Current Account, Account No. 167-6-00662-1
•Bank of Ayudhya, Banglumpoo Branch, Current Account, Account No. 011-0-06153-6
•Kasikorn Bank, Banglumpoo Branch, Current Account, Account No. 008-1-09766-6
•Siam Commercial Bank, Banglumpoo Branch, Current Account, Account No. 003-3-10443-3
Please fax pay slip to 02-356-9229 or 02-281-6033 and write "O0317" on the slip. Please also provide your name, address and mobile phone number so we can send you the receipt.
Your donation will fund UNICEF’s emergency response to the Emergency Syria Appeal. Should the funds raised exceed the programming needs, your donation will be used to fund other life-saving UNICEF emergency programs.