Lebanon

Wars, religious divisions, political problems, corruption, inflation and COVID-19 mark Lebanon's recent history. And then came August 4, 2020, the day Beirut was rocked by one of the world's most powerful explosions ever. Half the city was destroyed, nearly 200 people were killed and several thousand injured. Hundreds of thousands of people were suddenly left homeless. The country was hit with apocalyptic force.
HOW WE HELP
We run four schools for refugee children in the Bekaa Valley more
We run four schools for refugee children in the Bekaa Valley more
FACTS & FIGURES
Capital: Beirut
Area: 10 500 km2
Population: 5 Mio.
Life expectancy: 79 years
Children mortality: 7 (per 1000)
Alphabetization: 95 %
Religions: 61 % Muslims, 34 % Christians, 5 % Druze
SCHOOLS FOR REFUGEE CHILDREN
Regular routine and school lessons make everyday life more bearable for refugee children, inspire hope and stimulate their minds. Our Syrian teachers teach using the curriculum of their own country in order to enable children to catch up as seamlessly as possible when they return. Should they eventually be able to lead a normal life again, they may have the opportunity to attend college.
HOTSPOT LEBANON


The numerous Syrian refugees in Lebanon live in miserable conditions. AVC is committed to the education of Syrian refugee children.

(Video in German)
HOTSPOT LEBANON


The numerous Syrian refugees in Lebanon live in miserable conditions. AVC is committed to the education of Syrian refugee children.

(Video in German)
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