More than 300 hundred NGOs gathered in Syria Donors Conference, which was co-hosted by UN, UK, Germany, Norway and Kuwait in London.
Syria Donors Conference was held in London yesterday in cooperation with UN, UK, Germany, Kuwait and Norway.
The goal of the conference is to discuss how to utilize 9-million-dollar budget that these countries are planning allocate for the humanitarian aid and work and education opportunities for Syrian refugees who fled the war and started living in neighbouring countries like Lebanon, Turkey and Jordan. For this purpose over 300 NGOs gathered in a meeting prior to the conference.
The meeting highlighted the importance of human rights issues in Syria and voiced out a strong message with a statement issued father the meeting.
The statement condemned the attacks on civilians, demanded that they stop immediately. In the statement NGOs resolved to bring up the following points to the leaders summit: the humanitarian aid convoys should be allowed in to the blockaded areas and humanitarian peace negotiations should immediately initiated, the safety of the refugees should be provided and the residency and work permit problems should resolved, Syrian and local NGOs should be supported, humanitarian aid cash-flow blocked due to anti-terror regulations should be allowed through, all the children affected by the crisis should be supported to be able to continue their education in the upcoming term.