By Blasts Thousand Injured!
Lebanon has been rocketed by a devastating blast that has killed over 70 people and injured thousands. As a nation that is already on the brink of economic collapse, this has devastated the city of Beirut and the country as a whole. The true impact of the blast is still to be felt as the country begins to dig itself out of the rubble.
Human Concern International has been operating in Lebanon for over two decades and our office has now been activated to begin delivering much needed emergency and long-term aid for those who will survive this devastating blast.
For years we have been delivering orphan sponsorship, family sponsorship and medical aid for Syria refugees and those living in poverty in Lebanon. While our teams will continue to focus on those programs, we will now work with local partners and stakeholders to attend to the victims of this blast.
GIVE NOW AND SAVE LIVES!
How To Help?
Sponsor an entire family for a month with basic necessities
Deliver a medical aid kit to those in critical need
Feed a family in Lebanon with a food pack
Stats On Lebanon
- 150 k$150,000 delivered in emergency relief as a response to the blast that rocked beirut in the form of relief packages, food packages, and medical aid packages
- 120 k$120,000 invested in healthcare providing women and children with access to needed medical attention and physiological support and rehabilitation.
- 77 k $77,000 invested in educating hundreds of children from impoverished communities, refugee camps, and orphanages.
The Devastation On The Ground
In The Field
Human Concern International’s staff, volunteers, and partners actively take photos of their time and their work in the field with our beneficiaries as they receive food baskets, medical care, warm meals, and more. To see the latest photos from the field, follow us on Instagram and Facebook.
OUR STAFF COMMENTS
We’ve been in Lebanon for almost 10 years. We’ve opened schools, supported orphans and orphanages, provided psychological support for the traumatized and are now responding to the devastating blast in Beirut.