Syrian Voices is our video series to share the personal stories of people affected by the crisis.
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A mother of five children, Am Malik and her family lived through bombings in Daraa before resetting in the United States.
Dr. Osman al-Haj Osman
Dr. Osman al-Haj Osman worked as a senior doctor at a front-line hospital in Aleppo that was regularly bombed.
The war forced Faisal al-Mohammad to leave university.
After, he joined the vaccination campaign against polio in Idlib.
Zeinab Shurom is a twelve-year-old gymnast that dreams of competing on the international stage.
By letting Syrians speak in their own words, Syrian Voices aims to help us all better understand the impact of the humanitarian crisis and share the lives, challenges, aspirations, strengths, and successes of the Syrian people.
Explore the diverse stories of Syrians affected by the crisis. From Dr. Osman
al-Haj Osman who worked at a front-line hospital in Aleppo to the twelve-year-old gymnast Zeinab Shurom, the video series gives space to hear Syrians in their own words.
Click a profile image to navigate to each person's story.
Hazma al-Yousef is a member of the Syria Civil Defense, or the White Helmets, that works in urban search and rescue.