The Government has pledged a further £2 million in aid for Syria's children, many of whom "have lost absolutely everything".
International Development Secretary Justine Greening told Daybreak the money will be focused on the children in Unicef-run refugee camps in Iraq.
Ms Greening said: "This money will first of all help provide safe zones for them so we can actually make sure they are being taken care of, secondly trauma support and counselling, and where they have medical needs they need to get care for that as well."
The UK has been at the forefront of the humanitarian response in Syria and our £114m funding for previous UN-led appeals has already helped to provide food, medicine and shelter to hundreds of thousands of people.
Britain has never stood on the sidelines and we are ready to play our role. We will be making further announcements over the next weeks and months, but other donors must also play their part.
– Justine Greening, International Development Secretary
The UK's direct aid to South Africa will end in 2015, International Development Secretary Justine Greening will announce.
The Government's aid programme to South Africa is currently worth £19 million a year, down from its peak of more than £40 million in 2003, and has focused on reducing the mortality rate among women giving birth, as well as supporting businesses.
Mr Greening will tell a conference of African ministers and business leaders in London tomorrow that the relationship will change to one of "mutual co-operation and trade".