The situation remains grim for families caught in the middle of a war they had no role in starting. While a peace deal may bring some respite it does not alleviate the urgent need for humanitarian assistance.
ReliefAid speaks out on behalf of the men, women and children whose voices are often silenced by conflict or inaccessibility.
Please read on for our latest media coverage.
In 1987, Terry Waite CBE was captured by Hezbollah and taken hostage for five years. He knows what it’s like to work in conflict areas. He knows how it feels to be a target.
A humanitarian advocate says Cantabrians should be the first Kiwis to welcome refugees … as they’ve been on a similar journey.
ReliefAid Founder Mike Seawright speaks to Bryan Crump from Radio New Zealand Nights about how civilian’s and aid workers are being targeted in war zones across the globe.
Flying Dutchman Anton Frima now living in Canada has challenged himself to a 55km Ultra-marathon to help families forced from their homes by fighting in Syria.