We've produced a number of videos to tell the stories of the children that we help. Here are some below for you to have a look at. Please do check them out, share them, and like them! With your help we can reach even more people, and help even more war-wounded Syrian refugee children.
Actors and humanitarians Amanda Seyfried and Thomas Sadoski recorded a video for INARA, urging people not to forget Syrian refugees over the holiday season.
Our founder Arwa Damon discusses the huge impact that INARA's work has on refugee families from Syria.
Joud's mother tells us about how hard it was seeing her son injured when rockets landed on their street in Syria. She talks about how INARA helped her and her family through this difficult time.
What did you last do with your hands? It might seem trivial but for Fatima she will never forget. In this video she explains what having new hands will mean to her.
This video highlights all the work we've been doing with children we work with, helping to put smiles back on their faces and build happier futures for them. Together with your help we really can make a difference to their lives.
Adnan remembers the day that he was shot in the spine and lost movement in his lower body. He also talks about his future and how INARA has helped him to lead a more independent life.
Layla's father, Abdo, talks about how difficult it was for him and his wife to see their daughter hurt by the horrors of war. He gets emotional as he talks about the impact that INARA's medical treatment has had on their lives.
Dr Youssef Bakhach from the American University of Beirut Medical Center (AUBMC) is the doctor leading the incredible effort to rebuild Syrian refugee Fatima's hands. He discusses the complexities around Fatima's surgeries.
We asked some of our children what they would like to say to all of our supporters. This is what they said.
Rana couldn't even move her arms after boiling water fell on her during an airstrike in Syria. Now, thanks to your kind donations, she can move about easily.
Amjad lives in a tent in the north of Lebanon. One day his tent caught fire, badly burning his feet. Find out about his journey to recovery.
At the airport, before jetting off to take part in the Barcelona Marathon, Adnan talks about how excited he is that this incredible dream was made true by the kind people at Catalunya Radio, the Government of Catalunya, and the Barcelona Marathon.
Adnan talks about his time in Barcelona, and how it felt to participate in the Barcelona Marathon.
In this video we visit Hamed and Khalil who were injured just before Ramadan. They discuss how different Ramadan is for them now that they are away from Syria.
In this video our Country Manager discusses how INARA is working hard to help Syrian children who have been burnt as a result of living in unsafe refugee living conditions.
Our Country Manager and Dr Taha from AUBMC explain the rationale behind our new project to help refugee children with orthopedic deformities.
On our second year anniversary, founder Arwa Damon celebrates our incredible achievements and thanks all those who helped us on our way.
Talented musician Nadine Shah gifted a re-recorded version of her new single Holiday Destination to INARA on our second anniversary.
Wassim was burnt on Christmas Day last year. We helped his burns heal by providing the necessary treatment and now he can play football again.
We launched this video at our New York fundraiser to showcase our work to help refugee children from Syria.
Ammar and his family live in the shadow of a construction site. Our founder Arwa Damon met Ammar and spoke to his mother about the impact of our life-altering medical treatment on her son.
Our founder Arwa Damon met Mazen and his family. His mother explained how much the treatment we are providing for her son's clubfoot means for the entire family.
Hadi was born with clubfoot. In Syria this treatment would have been free, but here in Lebanon, where he and his family live as refugees, the treatment is far too expensive for them to afford.
On International Women's Day, Alaa recorded some words of advice for girls across the world.