As the tragic war enters its fourth year, with no immediate end in sight, over 6.5 million children continue to be affected. Many of these children have witnessed the brutal death of their parents, while many others have been torn away from their families. Most Syrian orphans find themselves fighting for survival alone in Syria or unprotected in the refugee camps.
Within Syria, an estimated 3.1 million children are at risk from unrelenting violence, a crumbling infrastructure, ruined schools and hospitals, as well as shortages of food and essential supplies. Our current efforts are geared towards providing aid and resources to support assistance, security, and education to the orphaned children of the Syrian civil war.
The Syrian Institute for Progress aims to support, advance, and protect the civil and human rights of all people in Syria by recognizing the inherent dignity and unalienable rights of all persons now living or previously residing within the borders of Syria, so that in law and practice, every life is valued and human integrity and development at every level is advanced.
We are committed to fostering understanding and partnership between Syrian and American societies and their various economic, civil, educational, and social establishments. SIP aspires to be respected as a forefront establishment which promotes international respect and cooperation to establish democracy and justice in Syria.