February 19, 2024

I knocked on every door

MEET RANIA We are Lebanese and our situation is just as bad as the country’s situation. Our biggest trial has been the death of my son-in-law, who passed away at the age of 39 because of COVID. My widowed daughter […]
February 2, 2024

A new sparkle in their eyes

MEET PASTOR ABDALLAH During the war, Aleppo suffered a great deal. It was besieged and a huge part of the city was completely destroyed. At the time of the earthquake, people who had long been displaced were starting to come […]
December 11, 2023

Our hope is to be back before Christmas

MEET MAHA My name is Maha. I am married to Joseph and we have five children who are grown up or studying. We are currently displaced from Rmeish, a beautiful village in the South right near the border. Back in […]
September 11, 2023

Quarterly highlights – Q3 2023

 
July 7, 2023

This center is the only one I trust my kids with

MEET VIVIENNE The pediatrician at our partner health center who takes care of Vivienne’s sons. My name is Viviane and I have two sons, Hamid who is three years and two months old, and Nadim who is one year and […]
April 13, 2023

Quarterly highlights – Q1 2023

 
March 1, 2023

Through Him who gives us strength

All through the month of February, multiple earthquakes and aftershocks hit Turkey and Syria, killing, injuring, and displacing tens of thousands of people in the middle of a winter storm. In Syria, the earthquakes came on top of a cholera […]
November 2, 2022

Quarterly highlights – Q3 2022

 
November 1, 2022

Winter in the time of Cholera

After more than 11 years of conflict in Syria and three years of compounding crises in Lebanon, there still doesn’t seem to be any hope in sight. As food insecurity soars, desperation increases proportionally to humanitarian needs. Now, just as […]
October 20, 2022

A part of us died last winter

MEET KHADIJA Khadija standing outside the tent where she lives in the Bekaa valley Before the war, life was normal and easy. There was safety and we didn’t need anything. We lived in our own houses and didn’t have to […]