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Members of the event planning company in Feyrouz's living room.

These Graduates Are Working Together to Secure Their Future in Lebanon


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Mohamed and his son Moetasem enjoy their healthy meal.

Greenhouses in Gaza Help Local Farmers Grow Healthy Food

Medicine and Solar Panels Bring Relief to Beit Lahia, Gaza

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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Will you be our Valentine? Celebrate Valentine’s Day with us by revisiting how our programs and the communities where we work play a role in supporting healthy hearts! 6. Healthy Food Olives and olive oil are flavorful additions to a...

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Meet Hatem, a 12-year-old Palestinian living in Burj Shemali camp in south Lebanon, while he gives you a tour of his school and shows you how Anera is working to promote environmentalism and hygiene in Lebanon by conducting a series...

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In Lebanon, 70,000 refugees are at risk during extreme weather events. Of that number, over half are children, some 40,000. Last month, Lebanon was battered by two heavy storms. The impact on Syrian refugees living in tent camps was particularly...

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Why Grafting is the Future of Agriculture in Gaza

The technique of grafting is environmentally friendly, requiring less fertilizer and pesticide use. Grafting is pivotal for farmers in Gaza since it provides an alternative to unsafe methods of cleansing the soil.