FAMILIES IN DESPAIR

Lebanon hosts the most refugees per capita of any country in the world. These families have fled war and violence looking for shelter and basic provisions.

MOST FAMILIES GO WITHOUT

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About 60% of Lebanese people struggle
to get enough food as well as
78% of the refugee
population living in Lebanon.

FOOD
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Many people live in unsafe,
substandard housing with
thousands more made
homeless after the Port of
Beirut explosion.

SHELTER
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Lebanon’s medical
infrastructure to provide care
has been failing and cannot
keep up with the growing
needs.

MEDICAL CARE
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Over 50% of 2 million refugees
are under the age of 18 and are
not allowed to get a formal
education

EDUCATION
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Even before Covid-19’s pandemic,
hygiene supplies available to
families below the extreme poverty
line were limited.

HYGIENE
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Soaring unemployment and
political instability are driving
more families below the poverty
line every day.

JOBS

OUR UNIQUE STRATEGY

Family Care and Education

Addressing the physical needs of families through humanitarian aid and education for children

Relational Engagement Ministries

Building relationships through home visits, faith based programs and children’s activities.

Spiritual Formation Ministries

Leading people into a relationship with Jesus Christ.

HOPE DELIVERED IN THE MIDST OF DESPAIR