In Open Letter, More Than 100 Humanitarian Organizations Ask For Access To Beseiged Areas Of Syria

Huffington Post: 100 Humanitarian Groups Ask To Simply Be Allowed To Help In Syria
“On the fifth anniversary of the Syrian conflict, 102 humanitarian agencies implored those involved in the conflict to simply allow them do their jobs. Global nonprofits, from UNICEF to Plan International, wrote an open letter to all involved parties, saying they need to be allowed full access to regions in need of life-saving assistance…” (Grossman, 3/16).

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