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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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Situation Report From Lebanon

July 16, 2021

According to the World Bank, Lebanon currently faces one of the worst economic and financial crises anywhere on the planet. Beginning in 2019, the Lebanese pound’s (LBP) value decreased by 90%. Lebanon’s GDP contracted 6.7% in 2019 and 20.3% in 2020, and in 2021, the GDP is expected to contract 9.5%.

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Our Environment, Our Home – A Walk in Lebanon’s Woods

100 of Anera’s youth volunteers set out on a mountain hike in Lebanon's Bekaa Valley to clean trails and learn more about ecology.

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Samer Fidy

I believe that helping others fills our hearts and feeds our souls. No matter where we are in our lives, we always have to remember others.

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2020 Highlights

Our impact

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

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

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