The funding is especially needed to provide health services, protection, clean water, emergency food and shelter to people forced to flee their homes.
More than 10,000 people have been reported killed in Yemen over the last five months, bringing the war’s total death toll to over 70,000 since 2016, according to ACLED.
There are around 2,500 stateless children at a camp for the displaced, in north-east Syria. Mr Moumtzis made the “special plea” to journalists, noting that 75,000 people now shelter in Al Hol camp, after fleeing ISIL extremists.
Over 1,000 health facilities and 1,000 schools have been destroyed or severely damaged forcing 100,000 children out of school and depriving thousands of essential healthcare.