A Study has been conducted by UNHCR among 503 Syrian refugee women in Lebanon and it showed that 79% of these women are unable to meet their basic needs. They depend on their male family members to provide them with money for survival items.  One 
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by James Ward, Executive Director I was on a zoom (video) call recently with some of our leadership team from Lebanon. The purpose of the call was to talk about updates on our response to COVID-19, changes to the situation on the ground, and discuss 
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Ibrahim Interview from Heart for Lebanon on Vimeo. Tormented between a dysfunctional family and war in his homeland, Ibrahim is a living example of how kids pay the highest price for war and also problems at home. Ibrahim is one of four boys and three 
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Aside from all of the external struggles that come with being a refugee in a foreign land (such as not being allowed to work, not having suitable housing, children not being able to attend school) there are an equal number of internal struggles each family 
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by Tom Atema People love to help solve a problem.  However, we often times don’t recognize or celebrate opportunities to prevent a problem from ever occurring. When we give to solve problems, we tend to be drawn into the need by our emotions. We can 
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By James Ward One of the questions I get asked most frequently is… “How are things in Lebanon?” That’s a hard question to answer.  The reality is… Things are terrible! Nearly 2 million refugees of war (with more coming into the country daily), a collapsing 
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Engage with Middle East Orphans* * By Middle Eastern standards, an orphan is a child under 18 years of age who has lost one or both parents to any cause of death Heart for Lebanon gives priority to widows and orphans in very practical ways. 
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It’s the best time of the year! From now until December 27, is the best time to donate stock. (Yes, you have legally until the 31st of December but why wait for the last minute?)   A few things to consider: When you donate stock to Heart 
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Heart for Lebanon opens a new Hope Ministry Center in the heart of the Bekaa Valley. This new Hope Ministry Center is located approximately one mile outside of the center of Zahle, the center of the migration highway to and from Syria and to the 
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Why we do what we do is pretty simple… God commands his followers to “Go and make disciples”. Therefore, our mission is, To Make Disciples of Jesus Christ.  Making Disciples is our end goal but we have learned that it is our strategy, not just 
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