Born at the outbreak of Syria’s seven-year conflict, Mohammad lost his home and more to the war before a specialist school in Lebanon offered fresh hope.
Forced to attempt mountain smuggling route to reach safety, 16 Syrian men, women and children freeze to death after being caught in a heavy storm.
After seeing viral video of Syrian refugees Mohamed and Issam, Kuwaiti Red Crescent funds life-changing operations to allow them to hear for the first time.
Seven years into the Syria crisis, the conditions of some one million refugees living in Lebanon remain precarious. The most recent Vulnerability Assessment of Syrian Refugees (VASyR) found that more than 75 per cent live below the poverty line, on less than USD 3.84 per day.
Share of refugee households living in extreme poverty reaches 58 per cent, annual survey reveals, as funding shortage compounds hardship for some.
Plans in place to help protect 3.8 million vulnerable individuals from harsh weather this winter, but programme currently only 63 per cent funded.
Local community comes together after fire sweeps through tented Bekaa Valley settlement, killing eight young children from one extended family.
With generous funding from donors like Japan, UNHCR supports community development centres across the country to offer refugees a safe place to learn, communicate, unwind and share experiences.
Project has transformed conditions for a Syrian refugee family living in Beirut.