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Anera helps refugees and others hurt by conflicts in Palestine, Lebanon, and Jordan build better lives. Our programs grow from grassroots solutions and deliver lasting change.

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The latest

Lebanon Situation Report

September 16, 2021

After 13 months of political deadlock, Lebanon formed a new government. Meanwhile, a recent UN policy brief reports that the multidimensional poverty rate in Lebanon has reached 82%. Some 54% of households now lack electricity entirely, while 52% of households in Lebanon are unable to obtain medicines. Almost 20% of the population are now fully vaccinated against COVID-19.

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Dr. Vicken Kalbian speaks at an Anera dinner.

Dr. Vicken Kalbian: a Steadfast Friend to Anera and to Palestinians

Anera is mourning the death of Dr. Vicken Kalbian, who died at the age of 96. His influence and leadership has been seminal to Anera for four-plus decades.

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Scott Lecrone

From Volunteering to Donating, There are Many Ways to Support Opportunity for Palestinians

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2020 Highlights

Our impact


Million in relief, health, education, and livelihood projects delivered in Palestine, Lebanon, and Jordan.


Palestinians gained access to clean water through well repairs and installations of water filtration systems in Gaza


Refugee youth learned Arabic, English, math, and valuable job skills across Lebanon