Syrian Refugees in Lebanon

Muslim Aid: aid distribution, healthcare and shelter support

Muslim Aid’s recent humanitarian activity includes distribution of relief packs containing food items, clothes, outerwear, thermals, blankets, coal and mattresses to beneficiaries inside Syria. In addition to this, rugs and hygiene packs have also been distributed to over 2000 refugee families in Lebanon and 500 families in Jordan.
As well as emergency aid, Muslim Aid has also provided healthcare and shelter support to Syrian refugees in Jordan and Lebanon.

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FPSC: Distribution of technical aids to disabled pesons and provision of physiotherapy sessions

This activity is carried out in the framework of a regional project aiming at providing accessibility to disabled persons to public spaces and to job opportunities. The specific action described here is carried out in the previouly mentioned regions in Lebanon but also in Aleppo and in Zaatari camp in Jordan through our local partners. Specialized staff will examine the syrian refugees and provide the most suitable technical aid to cope with his physical disability. Moreover, patients will receive on average 10 physiotherapy sessions during the period of the activity.

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Tdh: aid distribution

In view of the urgency of the situation, Terre des hommes quickly started a broad action of support for the Palestinian and Syrian displaced persons taken in by the Palestinian refugee camps located in the Tyre area, in the south of the country. Within three days, mattresses, blankets and pillows were distributed by the teams on the ground.

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Medair: Site Planning and Improvements for Informal Tented Settlements

Site Planning for informal settlements. Standing water and rubbish has collected in many communities which has increased risks of water cross-contamination and water-borne illnesses. Medair is helping settlements to develop drainage and sanitation in several sites to improve the overall health and hygiene of 40 different sites

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