Life for the more than 915,000 Syrian refugees living in Lebanon is already a struggle. The economic crisis in Lebanon has caused food and livelihood insecurity, and COVID-19 has made these situations so much worse.
The devastating blast killed 34 Syrian refugees, and the United Nations fears that there are many more.
With your help, we have been supporting Syrian refugees throughout these compounding crises; Syria's deadly war, the economic crisis, COVID-19, and now the aftermath of this catastrophic explosion.
The blast has damaged the World Vision warehouse in Beirut where supplies for Syrian refugees such as food, medicine, educational and hygiene supplies were stored. We urgently need your help to get life-saving aid to Syrian refugees.
Sara (14), Syrian refugee in Lebanon
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