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Elders, a Highly Vulnerable Population

Since the beginning of the Syrian crisis a substantial number of those people fleeing the border to Lebanon are older refugees: a highly vulnerable...

War-Shattered Childhood Turned into Works of Art

Last week children (11-14 years old) enrolled in Amel’s Educational programs visited the exhibition ‘Haneen’ in Beit Beirut Museum and Cultural Urban Center. The theme...

Amel stands with women

International Women’s Day is a time to recognize women for their achievements and to reflect on the progress we still have to make in...

Empowering Women and Youths in Lebanon Now!

Rami is very satisfied with the training he attended in El Ain Amel center over the last 18 months. He had to stop studying...

Exile Voices and Nature in the Camp

By: Kira Sadler, based on a photo gallery by Reza Visual Academy published on Voices for Biodiversity Source: Most of us can’t even fathom the realities...

Lives In Limbo: The 2018 World Press Photo Awards Nominee

The World Press Photo Foundation announced the nominees in each category of the 61st annual Photo Contest and the 8th annual Digital Storytelling Contest. Francesco Pistilli - Italy Nominee stories January 17, 2017 The...

Organic gardens bloom in Informal Tented Settlements

Spring is getting closer and there is a certain anticipation among the people in a number of Informal Tented Settlements in Kamed el Loz,...

Child Protection Community Initiatives in Kamed el Loz

The Children and Parents committees of the Child Protection Project funded by UNICEF in Kamed el Loz implemented community initiatives on Tuesday the 6th of...

Child protection in Ersal

In Ersal community and Informal Tented Settlements, 600 Syrian and Lebanese children aged 6-16 participated in psycho-social support activities throughout 2017 within the Child...

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