Appeals & Response Plans
Most read reports
- WFP: WFP Lebanon Country Brief, August 2019. 19 Sep 2019
- Govt. Germany: German support for Lebanon – promoting stability in a tense region. 19 Sep 2019
- WFP: Terms of Reference: Evaluation of WFP’s Livelihoods and Resilience Activities in Lebanon from 2016 to 2019 WFP Lebanon Country Office. 19 Sep 2019
- NRC: Syrian Refugees in Lebanon: Gender & Accessibility to Housing. 16 Sep 2019
- UNRWA: 37,000 Palestine Refugee Students in Lebanon return to UNRWA Schools. 12 Sep 2019
Statement by Save the Children, Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC), Oxfam, Danish Refugee Council (DRC), World Vision, Terre des hommes Foundation, and Action Against Hunger (ACF) following the demolition of refugees homes in Arsal
Three international organizations urge the government of Lebanon to halt the planned move
Beirut - At least 15,000 Syrian children face homelessness as their homes in Arsal, Eastern Lebanon, are scheduled for demolition, three international aid agencies, Save the Children, World Vision and Terre des hommes Foundation, have warned today. They call on the Government of Lebanon to halt the planned move until an alternative solution is found.
When will there be an end in sight for the Syrian crisis, already in its eighth year? Every day, the horrors continue. Ongoing violence in areas such as Ghouta has made a political solution increasingly unlikely. Most refugees are currently living in neighbouring countries, where millions of children have never known anything but war and exile. Tdh has launched a new project to give this generation of young people the possibility to experience childhood and to build brighter futures.
The refugee and migrant crisis is unfolding all over Europe. Terre des hommes (Tdh) provides assistance to thousands of children and families crossing borders in the West Balkans. At the same time, Tdh has reinforced its action in the Middle East to help the populations affected by the Syrian conflict.
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At the occasion of the peace conference kick off on January 22nd in Switzerland, Tdh wants to recall the severity of the Syrian war’s consequences. “Children are the first victims of the conflict (over 11,000 killed) and represent half of the refugees in the neighbouring countries. The future of these children is what we need to talk about in the next few days in Geneva,” reports Vincent Cauche, Tdh Country Representative in Jordan and Syria.
After 33 months of conflict and almost no sign of a resolution, the Syrian refugees are exhausted. However, they still have the winter to face which can be extremely harsh. The first snowstorms have already struck Jordan and Lebanon. Living conditions in the camps and host communities are worsening dramatically with the arrival of winter. Terre des hommes (Tdh) is helping Syrian refugees who need international aid more than ever.
33 mois de conflit et à peine l’ombre d’une résolution. Les réfugiés syriens sont à bout. Pourtant, ils doivent encore affronter l’hiver, que l’on sait rude dans les contrées voisines de la Syrie. En Jordanie comme au Liban, les premières intempéries ont déjà frappé. Les conditions de vie dans les camps comme dans les communautés hôtes sont dramatiquement aggravées avec l’arrivée de l’hiver. Terre des hommes (Tdh) vient en aide aux réfugiés syriens qui ont plus que jamais besoin de nous.