In a piece about Help Refugees, the Observer points to other grassroots humanitarian organizations helping refugees - including INARA.
Feel Your Tempo talk to our founder, Arwa Damon, about how her experiences covering conflict influenced her decision to create INARA.
TVNewser writes about Youssif - the child that inspired Arwa Damon to set up INARA.
Refinery 29 write about our campaign to rebuild Fatima's Hands (#fatimashands).
France 3's Mediterraneo programme covers INARA's work to reconstruct Fatima's hands. This programme is in French.
La Libre interviewed our board member and regular doctor, Dr Ghassan Abu Sitta, along with Khaled.
The Daily Star covers Khaled's case and interviews INARA staff members in a piece about the number of children who get burns from living as refugees.
Our Communications Officer, Sam, talks about what inspired him to move to Beirut and work for INARA.
On the anniversary of the fifth anniversary since the uprising that led to the Syrian Civil War, UN Dispatch references some of the work we've been doing with UNICEF.
Our founder, Arwa Damon, writes about why reporting on conflict wasn't enough for her - and discusses why she founded INARA.