Children in Lebanon: An entire generation stripped of its right to education

An entire generation’s dreams are being crushed, with hundreds of thousands of children in Lebanon unable to receive a formal education.

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Children in Lebanon: An entire generation stripped of its right to education

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An entire generation’s dreams are being crushed, with hundreds of thousands of children in Lebanon unable to receive a formal education.
Photo showing a Beirut Municipality Horsh Beirut sign hung up on a green gate against a backdrop of trees

Beirut Municipality spends LBP 280 million on closed parks

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The Beirut Municipality closed the capital’s public parks during the first COVID-19 lockdown, back in early 2020.

Lebanese drivers frustrated by low protest turnout on “day of rage”

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“I regret the day I was born Lebanese,” Ahmad, a taxi driver, told Beirut Today. “All I can think of is how to leave."

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How embroidery let Wafaa, a Syrian refugee, lead a dignified life in Lebanon

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Today, 14 women work as part of the embroidery project Wafaa started in Lebanon. She says they’re like sisters.
Syrian Refuge Camp at Syria Lebanon Borders at time of a blizzard in 2021. (Photo: Hussein Kassir / Alamy Stock)

Refugee camps in Lebanon unprepared for winter

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“It is now difficult to provide the bare minimum of the camps’ needs."

Battling traumas, health concerns, and uncertainty: The refugee mental health crisis

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Lebanon’s crisis has strained the mental health of the country’s residents, particularly more vulnerable populations such as Syrian refugees.