Lebanon has been suffering several crises for decades but the current explosion at the Beirut port is what may bring the country to a complete collapse. With hundreds of deaths and thousands injured, the country’s medical system - which has already been stretches due to the coronavirus pandemic - is struggling to cope.
The current coronavirus pandemic as well as economic meltdown of the last months have forced the country into poverty as nearly half of the country’s population live below the poverty line and 35% are out of work, according to official statistics.
Our partners are currently on the ground and working hard to provide humanitarian aid such as vital food packs, hygiene kits, emergency relief packages & medical aid to those most in need.
With the number of deaths and injured rising by the hour it is important to act now and do everything we can to support these vulnerable people.
£55 will provide a family with a vital food pack for one month.
£75 will provide hygiene kits and a family food pack for one month.
£300 can supply a lifesaving emergency relief care package to those who are left homeless.
£1,000 will fund an emergency medical camp in Lebanon providing medical aid & saving lives.
Beirut explosion rocks city and causes frantic search for survivors.