In this piece, the Hungarian press interview Arwa Damon about her reporting, as well as her work with INARA. This news story is in Hungarian.
Souria Houria writes about the different ways that you can donate to help Syrian refugees.
Novelist Claire Hajaj writes up the story of Elena and her mother. Names have been anonymised.
On the back of the recent image of Omran Daqneesh that went viral, Upworthy write about some of the ways you can help the innocent child victims of the Syrian War.
Telam report on the recent news that we have partnered with UNICEF. This news article is in Spanish.
Relief Web report on our efforts with UNICEF to provide essential medical care for Syrian refugee children suffering major injuries.
Daleel Madani covers the news that we have been awarded over $100,000 to partner with UNICEF.
Robert College, where founder Arwa Damon once studied, feature INARA's work in their alumni magazine. You can find Arwa's interview on page 54.
Arwa Damon talks to CNN about how creating an NGO to tackle what she had seen in her time reporting on war had become a personal obligation.
Paris Match interviews Arwa Damon about her work as both a journalist and a humanitarian.