A security staff of World Vision looks at the stock Rajab. The Setlement Rajab in the city Mark is just 7 kilometers from the Syrian-Lebanese border. 170 tents inhabited by about 2000 people. There is not only a mom and pop shop, but also an internet cafe. Originally some tents of seasonal workers were used. From the refugee camps developed. The tents of seasonal workers was still made of colorful printed billboards, the new ones are made wise plastic and shining in the sun. World Vision is working since 1975 in Lebanon. Since 2012, World Vision (international) has distributed aid to around 55 million US $ to 414,271 Syrian refugees and host communities in need with humanitarian aid. Help was on the fields of water / sanitation / hygiene / waste management, distribution of food and fast moving consumer goods (directly and through vouchers and monetary support), child protection centers and tutoring for Syrian refugee children in preparation for school attendance in the host country, rent subsidies, made winter assistance and health services.
Photojournalist | GERMANY | Dirk Gebhardt
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