Nahr al-Bared Camp, Lebanon
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2007 saw continuous fighting in Lebanon resulting in the displacement of more than 32,000 people from Nahr" />

Hope and Optimism
for Palestinians in
the Next Generation

Emergency Aid for Palestinian Refugees
Lebanon and Iraq
Nahr al-Bared Camp, Lebanon
2007 saw continuous fighting in Lebanon resulting in the displacement of more than 32,000 people from Nahr Al-Bared refugee camp in the north of the country. Thanks to our previous work in the area with the local committees in the camps HOPING was immediately able to organise the first humanitarian relief supplies into nearby Beddawi refugee camp where many thousands of families had sought refuge. Our funds went towards emergency bedding, food and clothing as well as towards the logistics of transporting and distributing these supplies.

Beddawi Camp, Lebanon
With these thousands of displaced families seeking refuge, Beddawi camp expanded rapidly to more than double its size, putting huge pressure on its facilities and services. There, in coordination with the General Union of Palestinian Women, we provided art projects and play facilities for the children traumatised by the violence.

Syrian-Iraqi Border
Hoping also continues to provide emergency aid including food, tents, and school supplies to Palestinian children and their families. These families have become stranded on the Syrian-Iraqi border whilst fleeing the ongoing war in Iraq where Palestinian refugees have been targeted.