Last week – just after midnight – 1,500 people finally found refuge after surviving more than two years of siege.
They traveled for days in crowded buses after they left their besieged villages. They survived a suicide bombing attack. And they arrived at our collective shelters in the middle of the night - women and children - physically and emotionally exhausted. They kept moving in hope they would find safety at the end of that journey.
And when they arrived, our Syria team was there – ready and able to provide shelter and assistance.