To mark the release of the six-part podcast, Syria’s Lost Generation, SAMS, Foreign Policy, and World Vision hosted a webinar featuring a renowned speaker lineup, including SAMS Foundation Chair Dr. Maher Azzouz, Aleppo’s Dr. Farida Al-Mouslem, For Sama’s Waad Al-Khateeb, and World Vision CEO and President Andrew Morley, and more!
Ten years of protracted conflict in Syria have created the greatest humanitarian crisis of our time. SAMS has launched a six-episode podcast series: Syria’s Lost Generation co-produced by SAMS, Foreign Policy, and World Vision. The podcast series highlights the voices and stories of young Syrians impacted by the decade-long conflict in Syria.
10 Years of Conflict: SAMS Impact
Since the beginning of the conflict in Syria, SAMS has been on the frontline of crisis relief in Syria, providing specialized healthcare services, including emergency care, reproductive health services, mental health and psychosocial support (MHPSS) services, dialysis, and cancer treatment. Additionally, SAMS has been operating in neighboring countries to meet the needs of vulnerable Syrians and host communities, supporting medical facilities and organizing medical missions to provide specialized care, including cardiology, dialysis, and dental services, as well as providing ongoing services with a focus in MHPSS and protection. Since the beginning of the conflict in Syria, SAMS has provided nearly 20 million services to people in need, delivering over $207 million in humanitarian aid.