Youth Dreams Deferred: Lebanon's Biggest Population Has Few Options
The situation for youth in Lebanon and their ability to secure a good education and fulfilling livelihoods is at a crisis level. They are the biggest demographic in the country but they have long been the most underserved, exploited and marginalized age group. This reality goes a long way to explaining why Lebanon is now experiencing such turmoil.
U.S. Funding Cuts to Palestine: The Impact on Programs and People
In an abrupt end to nearly 50 years of bipartisan support for Palestinian assistance, on August 24, 2018, the U.S. administration announced it was pulling the $200 million in budgeted bilateral aid to Palestinians for the fiscal year. This assistance, administered by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), is implemented by U.S. and international nongovernmental organizations, including Anera.
Rebuilding Gaza: An Overview of Humanitarian and Reconstruction Needs
For 51 days in the summer of 2014, Gaza experienced what is described as the worst destruction and displacement since the start of the Israeli occupation in 1967. One year later, there are few signs of rebuilding.
Early Childhood Development in the West Bank and Gaza
Serious deficiencies in the quality of and access to programs and services stand in the way for many West Bank and Gaza preschoolers at their most important developmental phase of life.
Palestinian Refugees from Syria in Lebanon
Palestinian refugees from Syria living in Lebanon are one of the most vulnerable sub-population affected by the crisis. They live in extremely bleak conditions and are often overlooked by the international community.
Palestinian Refugees in Lebanon
Caught in the middle of an unsettled political conflict beyond their control, Palestinian refugees in Lebanon manage to survive with limited resources in a restricted legal, economic and social system.
Water in the West Bank and Gaza
Water experts warn that availability of this precious resource in 2050 will be half of what it is today, not enough to meet the needs of a population that is growing at an average of three percent a year.
Agriculture in the West Bank and Gaza
From drier and drier seasons to ever-changing political obstacles farming families of the West Bank and Gaza face major challenges to their way of life and their livelihoods, but they are responding every day with resilience and creativity.