June 15, 2020

NGOs turn us down because they have no programs for vulnerable Lebanese

MEET HANANE Hanane receiving soap, masks, and a food voucher from a partner church My name is Hanane, I am Lebanese, and I was born in 1982. I live with my husband and two children. I trained to be a […]
June 11, 2020

No one warned me what life would be like here

MEET DJAJIDA Djajida with her eight-month-old son My name is Djajida, I am 26 and I am from Kenya. Life was good back there but my younger sister and I were raised by a single mother, and for as long […]
June 3, 2020

Scared of catching the virus

MEET AIDA Aida with her husband and three of their grand-children I live in Lebanon in a small tent in the Beqaa valley, with my mother, my husband, my daughter, and my grand-children. We are from Aleppo in Syria. Life […]
May 11, 2020

A time to sew

Amid the economic crisis Lebanon is going through, we are humbled to be able to provide income-generating opportunities to 25 women from three sewing groups we have supported in the past. Thanks to an ongoing partnership, we ordered 14,000 washable and […]
May 11, 2020

Proud and thankful

MEET MOZA I am from Raqaa, Syria, and I have two boys and four girls. Before the war, we had a big house and our situation was very good. When the war started, our house was destroyed and one of […]
March 24, 2020

Love in the Time of Corona

With 845 confirmed cases[1], it is official: the coronavirus is now spreading in Lebanon. This comes in the middle of an unprecedented economic and financial crisis that already severely impacted the most vulnerable in the country. When they need our […]