Walking with families toward a sustainable and hopeful future
As a result of the conflict, many Syrians have been deprived of their livelihoods. Self-reliance opportunities are extremely limited in struggling host economies. In Lebanon, obtaining legal residency continues to be a challenge, making it even more difficult for refugees to find work opportunities. We continue to complement relief with resilience-building activities by diversifying our vocational trainings in Lebanon (hairdressing, sewing, beautician, adult literacy and computer classes, AC and electricity installation and repair) and increasing our recovery programs in Syria.
individuals enrolled in vocational trainings in 2018/19
I am so happy and proud to be responsible for the sewing program of the church. I teach 10 women how to sew while trying to find ways of generating income for us to live in better conditions.
individuals benefited from agriculture assistance in Syria in 2018/19
We did not dream something like this could happen. This project will help the entire community and gave us a new hope in the future. We had the land, the water and the expertise. All it needed was this first push you gave us!
individuals benefited from home rehabilitation in Syria
Displaced with two children and no income, I was always dreaming of returning, but our house was damaged and we needed help to rehabilitate it. Thanks to you, my dream has finally come true!
Read more about our livelihoods & recovery programs!
- December 5, 2018
- October 1, 2018
- September 13, 2018
- June 17, 2018
- February 17, 2018
- January 13, 2018
- October 4, 2017