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Photo essay: Syrian refugee children in Lebanon

Lebanon, 19 April 2013

For more than two year, Syria children have faced unspeakable horror: it is time to say enough!


Syrian refugee children speak out

Lebanon, 10 April 2013

 Syrian children discuss escaping the violence in the Syrian Arab Republic and their current situation in Lebanon as refugees.


Shoes for bare feet

Lebanon, 25 March 2013

As conditions deteriorate in makeshift settlements in Lebanon, UNICEF and its partners are providing children with shoes and clothing to keep them warm.


Mia Farrow, “let’s be a community”

Lebanon, 16 January 2013

Witnessing the frustration of humanitarian workers and the agony of Syrian refugees in Lebanon, UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Mia Farrow asks the international community to step up its efforts.

Mia Farrow, a field diary from Syrian refugee camp – Lebanon

Wadi Khaled, Lebanon, 15 January 2013 

UNICEF reports on how Syrian refugees are sharing what UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Mia Farrow calls an "unbroken chain of stories of loss, grief, deprivation, frustration, anxiety and always the longing to go home", on her visit to Lebanon.


Syrian crisis: challenges in the classroom

Sidon and Baalbek, Lebanon, 08 January 2013

UNICEF reports on the integration of Syrian refugee children into Lebanese schools


As winter grips in Lebanon

Bekaa Valley, Lebanon, 21 December 2012

UNICEF reports on Syrian refugees in Lebanon bracing against falling winter under their makeshift tents.


Providing clean water ans preventing disease for Syrian refugees in Lebanon

Bekaa Valley, Lebanon, 23 October 2012 

UNICEF reports on an international effort to provide clean drinking water to Syrian refugees in Lebanon.


New challenges for refugee children in Lebanon

Shatila Camp, Beirut, Lebanon, 16 October 2012

UNICEF reports on Palestinian refugee children from Syria making a difficult transition to their lives in Lebanon.


In Lebanon, Child Friendly Spaces provide a safe environment of learning and play for Syrian refugee children

Tripoli, Lebanon, 25 September 2012

UNICEF reports on Child Friendly Spaces, such as the one at Wadi khaled public school in Lebanon, that help Syrian refugee children access psychosocial support and regain a sense of normalcy in their lives, among friends.


In Lebanon, summer camp helps refugee and vulnerable children cope

Bekaa Valley, Lebanon, 27 July, 2012

UNICEF reports on a summer camp offering a safe place for Syrian refugee children and marginalized Lebanese children to learn, play and receive psychosocial support.


Child friendly spaces help Syrian refugee children

Hermel, Bekaa Valley, 20 July, 2012

UNICEF correspondent Chris Niles reports on UNICEF-supported Child Friendly Spaces helping Syrian refugee children overcoming both the immediate and long-term impact of the war.


Syrian refugee in Lebanon cope with uncertainty

Al Fakiha, Bekaa Valley, 07 Mai 2012

UNICEF correspondent Simon Ingram reports on Syrian refugees’ plight in Lebanon.


UNICEF supports Syrian refugees seeking safety in Lebanon

Rameh, 24 April, 2012

UNICEF correspondent Simon Ingram reports on a UNICEF programme helping Syrian refugees in Lebanon.


Help for Syrian refugee children in Lebanon

Mashta El Hammoud, 17 April, 2012

UNICEF correspondent Simon Ingram reports on a UNICEF-supported NGO in Lebanon helping Syrian refugee children catch up on lessons they had to abandon when they fled their hometowns.






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