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New Sewage System in Zaytoun, Gaza Improves Health & Environment

A New Park in Palestine Builds a Healthy Community


When you donate, you are helping Palestinian and Syrian refugees live with dignity, well-being and hope.

The Super-Mom of Burj El Barajneh, Lebanon

Improved Access to Water for Gaza Families in Beit Hanoun

Helping refugees and vulnerable communities in Palestine and Lebanon live with dignity, well-being and hope.


Our Impact

$43 million

worth of vital medicines, supplies and humanitarian goods were delivered to Palestine & Lebanon


Palestinians now benefit from new or repaired water infrastructure in Gaza


refugee youth benefited from language, math and life-skills courses in Lebanon


preschoolers now have a new or renovated school in Palestine, providing a space for children

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of revenue spent on programs in Palestine and Lebanon


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Congratulations to all Anera’s staff, board, and supporters on winning the Takreem 2018 International Contribution to Arab Society Award! More information about the award is available in our press release.

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This list highlights our most popular stories and blog posts from 2018. We hope you enjoy! 10. Three Generations of Support: Our Family & Anera Reflecting on the genesis of Anera and her family’s support for the organization since the beginning,...

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Wishing everyone a safe, peaceful and happy holidays from everyone at Anera! Your support in 2018 allowed us to help refugees and vulnerable communities across Palestine and Lebanon. See what we plan to do in 2019 and how you can...

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Switching off Gender Stereotypes in Lebanon

“People around me were surprised when I signed up for this course. Especially my family. “It’s a man’s career,” they would say. But I did not see it that way. I mean, is there really such a thing anymore nowadays? Women can do anything. All you need is courage!”

- Tahani, electrician and graduate of Anera vocational course