Planting Trees in Lebanon

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In the Khirbet Rouha area of the Bekaa Valley in Lebanon, Anera coordinated volunteers to fan out and plant 1,500 trees that were generously donated by the Association for Forest, Development & Conservation.

Members of the municipality and local police showed up as well as the village sheikh some residents, and 11 volunteers from Anera’s community-based solid waste management project.

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