Aid is lacking in Syria: let’s not leave them alone

The emergency in Syria caused by the earthquake does not stop.

In the last few days we have supported the COOPI network, which has given first aid to 4500 people including men, women, children and the elderly: blankets, hygiene kits, medical products have been provided. Psychological support has been given to about 1500 people.


But the situation is still very serious. Aid is slow to arrive and people are traumatised and desperate. They are asking for food and money to buy what they need.

The tension in Aleppo is very high and we cannot but hear the cry for help from these families.

COOPI Suisse continues to support the relief work for the survivors but to move as quickly as possible we need everyone's help. Yours too.


Support us now and let us help the families affected by the earthquake. You can donate:

- by bank transfer
(Banca Stato - IBAN: CH3800764140024262003), adding 'earthquake' in the reason for payment

- with Postfinance (account number: 65-785033-1 made out to COOPI Suisse IBAN: CH88 0900 0000 6578 5033 1), adding in the reason for payment the reason "earthquake".

- online by clicking on the link Donate now


Go to our Project for the earthquake victims Coopi Suisse | Emergency (multi-sectoral) assistance to vulnerable populations affected by the earthquake in Aleppo, Syria (Project 050)

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