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Anera’s Impactful Programs in Lebanon, the West Bank and Gaza

President Sean Carroll's Trip Report

“Today, I feel like a human-being again”, says Mohammed AlAsaad, one of the camp's residents

Supporting Hygiene in Refugee Camps in North Lebanon

Land Reclamation Projects in Palestine Bolster Rural Communities

Creating Opportunities for Children in Palestine and Lebanon

New Dialysis Machines Save Lives in Gaza

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

2017 STATS

Our Impact

50

40-foot containers of donated medicines delivered

100,000

Palestinians connected to reliable sources of water

8,658

refugee youths went back to school in Lebanon

22

preschools in Gaza and the West Bank were renovated

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of revenue spent on programs in Palestine and Lebanon

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In July 2018, I traveled to Lebanon, Jordan, Jerusalem, the West Bank, and Gaza. I visited 24 current and past Anera projects in Lebanon and Palestine, including eight in Lebanon, six in the West Bank and 10 in Gaza. This...

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Terrace walls are almost as ubiquitous as the olive trees that grow behind them on the arid hills of the West Bank. The crumbling remains of terraces cut by Roman farmers dot the landscape. Driving along the steep road that...

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Today, October 11, is the International Day Of The Girl as designated by the United Nations. Since 2012, the date has focused attention on the challenges and barriers confronting girls worldwide. The 2018 theme, With Her: A Skilled GirlForce, highlights the...

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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...