The Disasters Emergency Committee's launched an appeal for people affected by the conflict in Syria.
UK NGOs have launched an emergency appeal for Syria as relief groups struggle to keep pace with the scale of emergency after two years of conflict.
The Disasters Emergency Committee says its appeal follows a dramatic deterioration in the humanitarian situation since the start of this year with the death toll now at 70 thousand.
Mike Noyes from Christian charity CAFOD told Des Busteed on the News Hour why a co-ordinated response will be a welcome development for many Syrians:
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