With the influx of new refugees from Syria, many in Wavel camp can’t afford winter necessities.
For the refugees in Nahr El Bared camp, trash everywhere poses huge health risks.
Jim Shaker, a long-time ANERA donor, explains in this first-person narrative why he gives to help refugees.
Youth take part in a pilot program addressing the Lebanon trash crisis.
Revolutionary swimming program gives women and girls access to the only pool in the camp for the first time ever.
We’re spotlighting young people working hard to shape a brighter future.
Food insecurity and poverty are just a few of the stresses that lead to chronic illness.
“I come here to learn what I missed in school.”
“I am living my dream every day now,” says 16-year-old Fares, a refugee from Syria.
These are some of the people who the ANERA community has brought joy to this Ramadan.
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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