Violence, isolation and poverty have created extremely difficult conditions in Gaza, the West Bank and Lebanon for the most vulnerable population: children. ANERA helps children deal with the psychological effects of the conditions they live in through innovative projects implemented with community-based partners.
ANERA supporters are making it possible to reach some of the most vulnerable Palestinian with psychosocial assistance.
Engaging children with drama and art, proper training for teachers, and working to reduce the stigma associated with disabilities and mental disorders are just some of the ways your support can help children in Palestine and Lebanon.
Interviews and pictures from ANERA’s humanitarian relief work in Lebanon tell the story of Palestinian women refugees from Syria who are struggling to keep their families fed, clothed and in shelters.
Health festival gives refugee families in two Lebanon camps advice on nutrition and health and time to relax and have fun.
Three-fourths of Palestinian refugees from Syria are women and children. ANERA’s relief aid focuses on their needs.