For many refugees in Lebanon, toothaches and infections are common.
“I cannot draw a house. I will draw a tent instead. I don’t know what a house looks like.”
Meet 4 refugee women from Syria. They share memories of Syria and hope for the future.
Young children in Nahr El Bared camp replace old sandals and worn-out shoes with new winter boots.
“World headlines parade millions of refugees as faceless, nameless people in need of shelter…But here they have a face.”
“I walk to school & back every day. The streets are wide & cold wind blows at me,” says Taha.
In makeshift tent camps, ANERA trains Syrian refugees to become leaders of public health.
Gaza farmers share with those less fortunate as winter approaches.
Zainab lives in a makeshift tent camp. “We should only have to worry about school and pencils,” she says.
Waheeda is one of many refugees from Syria suffering from PTSD and depression.
Learn about what makes ANERA a safe choice when deciding how to help Palestinian families and poor communities in the region.
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