Delivering Wheelchairs to Palestinian Refugee Families in Lebanon

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Nawfal and Nihaya are two Palestinian refugees who live in Kharayib Village near Saida, Lebanon. Both have special physical needs that require the use of a wheelchair for mobility.

The couple runs a mini-market out of part of their house and sell basic foodstuffs for income. Due to COVID-19, they are now considered essential workers.

Anera recently delivered 300 wheelchairs to Palestinian refugees with special physical needs throughout Lebanon. Wheels to Heal generously donated the wheelchairs.



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