Chemical weapons are suspected to have killed at least 27 children and injured more than 500 people in Idlib, Syria. We is there, working to save children's lives. We're supporting three mobile clinics, four hospitals and nine ambulances to treat victims of the attacks. You can help us deliver more medical supplies to doctors and nurses who have run out of options.
Syrian children have lost their homes, their security, their childhood. We are urgently appealing for funds to deliver emergency supplies, protection and support to millions of children caught in the line of fire and living on the move as refugees.