12 years of war in Syria has caused the world’s largest refugee crisis.
Lebanon, which is also plagued by economic crisis, is hosting 2.1 million Syrian refugees, and also 300,000 Palestinian refugees. 88% of refugees live in poverty, struggling to cope. The country has been facing a deep financial crisis since 2019. This was exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic in recent years and, in August 2020, the devastating explosion in the Beirut port, which ripped the city to shreds and opened wounds for a fragile population which is already facing civil unrest.
WHO says Lebanon needs $78 million just for immediate relief, let alone rehabilitation for restoring the lives and livelihoods of people in Lebanon.
Please help the people in Lebanon with an open heart. Please donate whatever you can for the people in Lebanon.
Muslim Charity has been providing humanitarian aid and assistance in Lebanon since 2013.
Through our local partners on the ground, Muslim Charity is delivering much needed emergency packs consisting of staple food, bread and drinking water to the affected families in Lebanon.
In 2022, we provided food to 3,000 Syrian refugees in Lebanon, helped keep 1,800 people warm in winter, and built 17 shelters.
We helped six Palestinian families to start a businesses, provided 50 families with cash grants, and repaired 2 water supply systems supporting more than 300 Palestinian families. We also supported vulnerable Lebanese families with aid.
Thank you for helping us to change lives.