World Refugee Day 2014 – Lebanon [SLIDESHOW]

June 19, 2014 lkassman
Categories:
Community Development, Emergency Response, Humanitarian Relief, In-Kind Medical and Relief, Lebanon, Mother and Child, Palestinian Camps, Psychosocial, Recovery and Reconstruction
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Palestinian woman from Syria looks out from her makeshift shelter in a Lebanon camp where she now lives with her family.

The flood of refugees into Lebanon from the Syrian conflict has created a humanitarian crisis that is straining Lebanon’s resources.  Humanitarian and development organizations like ANERA have stepped up to the challenge of providing relief aid and also support for families trying to find some sense of normalcy under difficult conditions. In recognition of World Refugee Day, we honor the men, women and children who face the daily challenge of survival but never give up hope for a more peaceful future.

World Refugee Day 2014 Lebanon
World Refugee Day 2014 Lebanon
World Refugee Day 2014 Lebanon
World Refugee Day 2014 Lebanon
World Refugee Day 2014 Lebanon
World Refugee Day 2014 Lebanon
World Refugee Day 2014 Lebanon
World Refugee Day 2014 Lebanon
World Refugee Day 2014 Lebanon

World Refugee Day 2014 Lebanon

Baby Leen was born shortly after her family fled the conflict in Syria and reached Ein El Helweh camp in Lebanon.

World Refugee Day 2014 Lebanon

Sedra, 3, fled Syria's conflict with her family more than two years ago and now lives with eight others in a one-room shack in Burg El Shemali camp in Lebanon.

World Refugee Day 2014 Lebanon

Ahmed, 5, and his father Ahmad Abu Baker receive a relief package in Rashidiyeh camp, Lebanon after fleeing the bombings in Yarmuk, Syria.

World Refugee Day 2014 Lebanon

Two young refugee teens enjoy a day of fun on the soccer field ANERA refurnished in Beddawi camp, Lebanon.

World Refugee Day 2014 Lebanon

Young refugee girls enjoy a game of soccer in the stadium ANERA refurbished in Beddawi camp in Lebanon

World Refugee Day 2014 Lebanon

Zacharia is a impish three-year-old now lives in Ein El Helweh camp in Lebanon. He is the sole male of his family after this father disappeared in Syria's conflict.

World Refugee Day 2014 Lebanon

15-year-old Batoul is a refugee from Syria. Her arm was injured in a bombing in Syria but now safe in Burj El Burajneh camp Lebanon she has regained the use of her arm and helps with the cooking.

World Refugee Day 2014 Lebanon

Tending a flourishing vegetable garden in Nahr El Bared refugee camp in Lebnanon.

World Refugee Day 2014 Lebanon

Refugee children from Syria meet for some fun activities during one of ANERA's Open Day celebrations in Burj El Burajneh camp in Lebanon

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