What is Syrian Refugee Crisis?
most are in
lives this year
to travel to
It is the
people due to
wars in their
• Since the Syrian civil war began, more than 240,000 people have been killed,
including 12,000 children
• Within Syria, healthcare, education systems, and other infrastructure have been
destroyed; the economy is shattered.
• Syrian children have witnessed extreme violence and brutality
Why Syrians are fleeing: Three reasons
How it all started?
• The Arab Spring inspired the Syrian people to take to the
streets in peaceful demonstration against the Assad’s
• The government responded fiercely, torturing, killing, and
shooting at the protesters. The situation escalated to a civil
• Syria is now divided into territory occupied by the regime,
rebel fighters, and Islamic extremists. The war is still raging
Many Countries have given refuge to the
Syrians, majority of which are residing in
neighbouring countries like Jordan, Turkey ,
The Arab States of Persian Gulf- Saudi
Arabia, Kuwait, Bahrain, Qatar, Oman and
UAE; have accepted ZERO Syrian refugees.
Many Syrian refugees have taken refuge in
asylums in Europe, as a consequence of
which, enormous pressure was put on their
The Statistics of the Crisis
Germany is taking eight million Syrian
refugees, more than the entire European
Union took in 2014.
Syrian Refugee Crisis has
been cited as the worst
Humanitarian Crisis in the
world today. The crisis in
Syria has affected more
than 12 million people-
more than those affected
by Hurricane Katrina, the
Haiti Earthquake and the
Indian Ocean Tsunami
The Death Toll
How can we help?
Donate our money
-to provide aid to
-for food supplies
-for homeless children
separated from their
-to provide shelter to
Raise our own voice
and create awareness
and form NGO's that
help these people.
•The Syrian refugee crisis is one of the worst tragedy
that could ever happen to mankind.
•This crisis could be stopped only if the people and the
nation change their outlook towards refugees and
•The whole world needs to stand united and fight against
the regime of Bashar al-assad in Syria.
•India should also take a responsibility by providing
money and shelter to Syrian refugees in India.