“Where there is breath, there is hope,” Meg Sattler writes today from Jordan about the children of Syria and their stories and voices crying out to be heard.
Will you listen?
“And the course of the Syrian conflict is currently demonstrating the utility of mass atrocities and the relative indifference of the rest of the world.” – Michael Gerson, Washington Post.
I started working on the Syrian conflict response last August. I flew from Melbourne, Australia, and landed amid a crisis that I didn’t think could get any worse. My previous work in Pakistan had exposed me to conflict, but it wasn’t like this.