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Diana in Syria | Coronavirus 'We In This Together' | Oxfam |



Diana, Site Operator in Oxfam Syria, shares concerns about coronavirus pandemic.

We’re deeply concerned about how coronavirus will affect people living through conflict, disaster and poverty.

Oxfam’s humanitarian staff and partners are working hard to help stop the spread. We’re providing vital support like handwashing facilities, clean water, toilets and soap in the most vulnerable communities.

Work like this has helped contain deadly disease outbreaks such as Ebola and cholera – and it will protect people against this virus.

You can help right now. To find out more, and donate if you can, please visit our website:
https://oxfamapps.org.uk/coronavirus/

Or text CORONA10 to 70610 to give £10*

Just £10 can buy enough soap for more than 75 people.

Subscribe to our channel: http://www.youtube.com/c/OxfamGB?sub_confirmation=1

You can find some home learning inspiration in our education resources: https://oxfamapps.org.uk/coronavirus/education/

*By texting, you are consenting to occasional marketing texts from Oxfam about this project as well as other projects, fundraising activities and appeals. To give £10 and opt out of future marketing SMS, text Corona10NO to 70610. Standard network rates may apply. Helpline 0300 200 1300.

Oxfam is a registered charity in England and Wales No 202918 and Scotland SC039042

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