ANERA's 2017 Gala

Come together in recognition and support of our shared humanity on October 13.

Back-to-School

Help refugee children and youth get back in the classroom.

Be Visionary

Be part of a community that believes in a brighter future for kids in Palestine and Lebanon.

Helping refugees and poor families in Palestine and Lebanon live with dignity.

2016 STATS

Our Impact

49

40-foot containers of donated medicines delivered

959

acres of Palestinian farmland irrigated and fertile

5,540

refugee teens in Lebanon took math, language and computer courses

25

preschools in Gaza and the West Bank were renovated

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of revenue spent on programs in Palestine and Lebanon

OUR PROGRAMS

What We Do

ANERA works in Palestine and Lebanon

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Our Blog

Can you tell us about yourself? My name is Mohammed Zaanoun. I am the fourth of 12 siblings. Most of us work in the media world. I was only 19 when I became a news photographer, which had been my... Read More
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In Lebanon, half of all Syrian children do not go to school. For refugee youth like Nour and Ali, school is largely inaccessible due to the cost. Now they're getting a chance to enroll in our non-formal education courses with... Read More
In East Jerusalem and across the West Bank, Dar Al-Tifel Al-Arabi is known as a renowned school for girls. In the past, it was also known for its large boarding section which housed 300 orphans and other underprivileged girls. But... Read More
COMMUNITY

Dancing in Refugee Camps

Omar, a Syrian refugee teen, was traumatized by the war in Syria and was forced to drop out of school. But a dabke class in Lebanon changed all that...