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.
At 16, Odai’s passion for the beautiful game has no limits. A refugee from Syria, he dreams of becoming a professional football player.
Lebanon has more than 300 homework support groups, staffed by volunteers and attended by 2,500 refugee children.
Non-profit Birth and Beyond provides specialist paediatric treatment, giving hope to underprivileged Lebanese and refugee families alike.
After fleeing for safety in Lebanon, sisters Taqla and Sara are making the most of the opportunity to continue their education.
Volunteer Fatima Al Obeid launched classes for refugee parents eager to help their children with their homework.
UNHCR’s cash assistance programme, generously funded by donors including the U.K.’s Department for International Development (DFID), continues to be a lifeline for thousands of refugees across Lebanon.
Generous contributions of the government of Canada and other donors help UNHCR in its effort to empower refugee women who were forced to flee the violence in their homeland.