Humanitarian Aid

Aid Shipments

Since MFA commenced its humanitarian relief deliveries in 2016, we have efficiently managed the sourcing, logistics, and distribution of nearly $500 million worth of humanitarian aid. These essential shipments encompass a diverse range of provisions, including food, clothing, shelter, medicines, medical supplies and equipment, hygiene and water filtration kits, and other emergency essentials.

To date, we have provided…

● More than $425 million worth of medicine and medical equipment
● Nearly $10 million worth of WASH support
● Over $3 million worth of non-food items
● Nearly $5 million worth of food items

MFA ensures delivery to specific locations by leveraging its own facilities as well as a network of vetted local partners. Our team maintains oversight of this process, tracking the contents of each shipment to hospitals, medical facilities, and camps. These efforts have served over 2.5 million households and sustain the activities of dozens of hospitals, medical facilities, and camps across non-government-held Syrian territories, northern Iraq, Lebanon, and Ukraine.

Emergency Response

In addition to relief deliveries, MFA has also successfully implemented a variety of special projects in response to specific needs. Thanks to our extensive network, we are well-equipped to quickly respond when emergencies arise. These initiatives have included:
  • Preparation and delivery of emergency hot meals and provision of free diagnostic imaging to trauma patients in the aftermath of the recent earthquakes
  • Distribution of emergency supplies immediately following the earthquake disaster, including: medicines, rice, water purification kits, hygiene kits, food kits, winter clothing, blankets, and tents
  • A rapid COVID-19 response, which mobilized shipments of masks, hand sanitizers, soaps, infrared thermometers, gloves, ventilators, hazmat suits, and other items needed to combat the pandemic throughout northern Syria
  • An Emergency Tent Campaign that provided 1400 emergency tent shelters to 7,000 internally displaced people (IDPs) across three settlements in northwest Syria
  • Emergency cross-border coordination in southern Syria to support the besieged population — including establishing a maternity hospital (serving 500 mothers monthly) and a bakery (producing 15,000 pitas daily)