April 4, 2024

Quarterly highlights – Q1 2024

 
March 8, 2024

Empowered to refuse a second forced marriage

MEET RAYA We are originally from the city of Afrin in Syria. We were forced to flee in 2011, and moved to the Idlib province, where we stayed for four years. During this time, we couldn’t attend any school and […]
January 26, 2024

Seeing my daughter laugh is a dream come true

MEET TALIA Talia (second girl from the left) and her friends at our partner child friendly space in Homs My husband and I have three children: two girls who are 14 and seven years old, and a boy who is […]
July 12, 2023

A sweet and sour end to the school year

This month, around 1,600 children successfully finished the school year in the 8 learning centers we support in Lebanon. We believe the impact of the education centers in the children’ lives and communities will help them be less vulnerable through […]
June 15, 2023

My children needed help

MEET SALWA Sara (right) and her friends at our partner child friendly space in Mhardeh My name is Salwa, I am married and have two children, Walid and Sara, who are 9 and 6 years old. My husband is an […]
May 15, 2023

Serving God through serving these children

MEET RAJA Raja giving an Arabic lesson to his students in MERATH’s partner education center in the Beqaa valley.  My name is Raja and I am myself a Syrian refugee in Lebanon. I was a teacher in Syria for five […]
November 2, 2022

Quarterly highlights – Q3 2022

 
September 9, 2022

Bringing much needed joy and beauty to life

MEET JANA Jana and her musical therapist at our partner Child Friendly Space in Homs My family and I live in a crowded neighborhood in Homs, which was subjected to many painful events during the war. This led to a […]
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 […]
October 8, 2021

New school year, new beginnings?

After two years of learning being disrupted by COVID-19 lockdowns and the multiple crises Lebanon is facing, about 1,600 out-of-school children have gone back to study in person in the eight learning centers we support in the country. Despite the […]