|After 20 months of conflict in Syria, about 1.2 million Syrians are displaced within the country, and another 362,000 have fled their homes for neighboring countries. More than 100,000 people have fled to Lebanon as a result of the Syrian conflict, the United Nations refugee agency (UNHCR) has reported. An estimated 60,000 children are affected. Read more ...|
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World Vision communicator Patricia Moumar highlights the dismal conditions in which Syrian refugees are living in northern Lebanon. World Vision has been responding to the Syrian refugee crisis in Lebanon for over two years and has helped more than 80,000 people. As relief efforts expand, the number of people benefitting from World Vision's assistance is expected to reach an additional 180,000 this year.
Over one million refugees have left Syria. Many families have found refuge in Lebanon. Living conditions are abysmal. The most vulnerable victims are the children. One of them describes how he feels about his uncertain future.
In partnership with the World Food Programme, World Vision brings assistance to Syrian refugees in Lebanon.
Syrian refugee children feel safe in World Vision centers.
Inside a Syrian refugees' shelter.
Syrian refugees face a cold winter.
Syrian refugees find safety in Lebanon
Lebanon: Uncertain future for young refugees
Refugees flee bloodshed in Syria