Invitation to submit a proposal The Lost Generation initiative



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Seasonal appeals raising funds for children affected by the Syria crisis

Invitation to submit a proposal

The Lost Generation initiative:
Syria’s children are in danger of becoming a lost generation. Over 3 million have been affected by the conflict, 80% of them under the age of 14. Over 1 million children from Syria are now refugees in neighbouring countries - this is the equivalent of more than 1 in 5 primary school children in England.
Their future as well as their childhood is at risk. Whilst school children in the UK have returned to a new school year - over a million Syrian children are unable to access basic education and 4,000 schools have been destroyed.

The Department for International Development has put in place a new £30m ‘Lost Generation initiative’ to support emotional and social wellbeing for those children who need it and basic educational supplies to try and bring some sense of normality back into their lives.


We will also provide child support services in refugee camps and hand out some basic toys to children who have had to leave so much behind. Our help will mean that thousands of children across the region will be able to return to education in a safer environment.

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