August 4, 2022

Quarterly highlights – Q2 2022

 
August 4, 2022

Two years later, Lebanon struggles to recover

Two years ago, the Beirut port explosion damaged or destroyed the homes of 300,000 people, left more than 200 people dead, injured 7,000, and left most of the capital’s inhabitants traumatized. When this catastrophe happened, Lebanon had already been going […]
July 29, 2022

Finally able to catch my breath

MEET OMAYA Omaya and her two children with MERATH’s church partner My name is Omaya and I am from Egypt. My mother is Lebanese and my father is Egyptian. I was born in Egypt and when I was 3 months […]
July 15, 2022

The Lord will provide

MEET ABISSA Abissa and her youngest son drinking milk We are from Afrin, Syria. The war broke out and everything around us got destroyed so we had to leave our home. We have been living in Lebanon since 2018 with […]
June 27, 2022

We trust God has better plans for us

Visiting the Algasem family again more than four years after we initially met them left us with mixed feelings. As happy as we were to see this beautiful family again, we also felt sadness and discouragement as they were explaining […]
May 16, 2022

Showing the hand of God

MEET SAHAR My name is Sahar. I am the program coordinator and case manager of a project that supports and empowers women at my church here in Syria. As a project that advocates against gender-based violence, our main goal is […]
April 29, 2022

Behave, or you won’t go to school!

MEET WAFAA Wafaa and her youngest daughter Dounia in front of the church’s education center My name is Wafaa and I am from Syria. We emigrated because of the war and we have been in Lebanon for 10 years now. […]
April 20, 2022

Regaining our value as human being

MEET KHALED Khaled and his family in front of their tent in Syria, greeting the church’s representative visiting them. My name is Khaled and my wife and I have eight children. Before the conflict, my family and I were considered […]
April 6, 2022

Quarterly highlights – Q1 2022

 
April 6, 2022

Not again, Lord!

This past month and a half were marked by the Russian invasion of Ukraine. In Lebanon, Syria, and Iraq, we know too well what it is to experience war and care for refugees and internally displaced people, and our hearts […]