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Refugee Crisis – Our work in Lebanon

by communications on 09/08/2015


Over 4 million Syrians are living in neighbouring countries since the Syrian conflict began in 2011.

Our Habitat for Humanity colleagues are on the ground in Lebanon, where 20 percent of the population are Syrian Refugees.

More than 300, 000 Syrians are now living in unhealthy houses with leaking roofs or poor access to water and sanitation.

We are providing refugees in Lebanon with a safe place to live and with safe drinking water; which is helping Syrian refugees to stay healthy. But much more needs to be done.

Please support our appeal to increase housing stock, rehabilitate and weatherproof existing homes, and upgrade water and sanitation facilities for refugees in Lebanon.

We are asking all governments to improve the processing and care of refugees according to international obligations. And to act with care and compassion as they make decisions that will affect the lives of these incredibly vulnerable families.

Our thoughts are with all those who have had to leave their homes due to conflict and persecution; as they face an uncertain future.

Please donate to our Refugee Crisis Fund today.

Your support will help bring hope and stability to families and individuals as they rebuild their lives.

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