More than 7.6 million people – over half of the population of Syria – are displaced inside the country.
3.8 million people have fled to the safety of neighbouring Jordan, Lebanon, Iraq and Turkey and most of them are women and children.
The Syrian war shows no signs of ending and the suffering of the Syrian people continues month after month.
Children show signs of war-related post-traumatic stress, some women have been raped and the majority of Syrian refugees lost everything to escape the fighting, with many women leaving their husbands, brothers or fathers behind.
International Medical Corps works in support of host governments and with other humanitarian organisations to address the increasing needs of Syrian refugees, including psychosocial care and helping refugees to better cope with their situation.