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The girls loved playing soccer and wanted to learn as much as they could from Zainab.

International Day of the Girl

Creating Opportunities for Children in Palestine and Lebanon

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New Dialysis Machines Save Lives in Gaza

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

2017 STATS

Our Impact


40-foot containers of donated medicines delivered


Palestinians connected to reliable sources of water


refugee youths went back to school in Lebanon


preschools in Gaza and the West Bank were renovated

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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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This page will revisit some of the thousands of projects and people who Anera has worked with over the years to see where they are now — from universities that got their start with Anera’s help to teachers who changed...

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By Awad Da’Mes I have lived with my family in the Shenandoah Valley area of Virginia for the last four decades ever since we moved there from New York in 1978. We were the first Muslim family in the region....

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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...