This story was rebroadcast as part of our best-of 2015 series. It was originally reported in September 2015.
As hundreds of thousands of refugees flee Syria for Europe, an Overland Park, Kansas, nonprofit that provides humanitarian aid continues its work to stabilize the situation inside the war-torn country.
The number of asylum-seeking Syrians in the United States is small – just 1,500 since the conflict began four years ago – and pressure is mounting to accept more refugees.
But Syrian-born Kansas Citians aren’t sure it’s the best way to help.