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Supporting Syria and the Region

On 4 February 2016, the UK, Germany, Kuwait, Norway and the United Nations co-hosted a conference on the Syria crisis in London

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Syria is the world’s biggest humanitarian crisis. Billions of dollars in international aid are needed to support people caught up in the conflict.

The Supporting Syria and the Region conference brought together world leaders from around the globe to rise to the challenge of raising the money needed to help millions of people whose lives have been torn apart by the devastating civil war.

The UK, Germany, Kuwait, Norway, and the United Nations co-hosted the conference in London on 4 February 2016 to raise significant new funding to meet the immediate and longer-term needs of those affected.

The conference raised over US$ 12 billion in pledges – $6 billion for 2016 and a further $6.1 billion for 2017-20 to enable partners to plan ahead.

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Latest news

Post-Brussels conference financial tracking report: Co-chairs Statement

Friday 28 July 2017

Statement on the publication of the Post-Brussels conference financial tracking report.

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Supporting the future of Syria and the region: co-chairs declaration

Wednesday 5 April 2017

Declaration from the co-chairs of the Supporting the future of Syria and the region - Brussels conference.

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EU, Germany, Kuwait, Norway, Qatar, the UK and the UN to co-chair the Brussels Conference on Supporting the future of Syria and the region on 5 April 2017

Monday 3 April 2017

The Brussels Conference on Supporting the future of Syria and the region builds on the London Conference on Supporting Syria and the region of 4 February 2016.

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Media

Information and resources for media organisations, including accreditation details

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How you can help

Find out how you can help people who have been affected by the conflict in Syria

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