CARE International In Lebanon

I sold a lot of things to be able to eat before CARE intervened, like the microwave and the big television

Fadia* is 46 years old, and her husband Hicham is a carpenter. He worked until the end of 2021 in one of the most important carpentry workshops in Tripoli. “My husband suffers from osteoarthritis in his hands, he can no longer work like before, that’s why he was kicked out,” says Fadia*, a mother ofContinue reading “I sold a lot of things to be able to eat before CARE intervened, like the microwave and the big television”

Children need everything. We can deprive ourselves, even of our medicines, which have become very expensive, but children need a lot to grow up healthy

Lina* is 62 years old and her husband Elie*is 71. Until his retirement a few years ago, Elie* was a school bus driver. “We have never been rich but we have never lived in need. Before the crisis in Lebanon, we did not reach out to anyone. My husband had received his severance pay. MyContinue reading “Children need everything. We can deprive ourselves, even of our medicines, which have become very expensive, but children need a lot to grow up healthy”

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