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Widespread, man-made humanitarian and financial crises in Lebanon have driven entire communities, including Syrian refugees, below the poverty line.
- Send emergency food assistance
- Deliver hygiene supplies
- Provide medicines and healthcare
- and other aid as needed
An Economic and Humanitarian Emergency
According to the World Food Program, Lebanon relies on imports for approximately 85% of the country’s food supply.
In August 2020, an explosion at the Port of Beirut shattered glass and caused buildings within six miles to collapse, severely limiting already-scarce food supplies.
This catastrophe not only worsened the hunger and economic crisis in Lebanon, but it also killed approximately 100 people and injured thousands.
The country’s healthcare system, which was already struggling with the COVID-19 pandemic, was further strained and continues to face long-term roadblocks.
Your Compassion Makes a Difference
Baitulmaal’s growing community of donors continue to respond to global crises with generosity.
👇 More photos below... 👇BEIRUT, LEBANON April 17, 2022 -- Baitulmaal, a Dallas-based international humanitarian nonprofit, recently completed the distribution of food packages that provide 265,750 meals to families in Lebanon in time for the Ramadan season. Recipients...
👇 More photos below... 👇BEIRUT, LEBANON, January 27, 2022 -- Baitulmaal, a Dallas-based international humanitarian nonprofit, recently distributed food packages to 1,000 impoverished Lebanese, Syrian and Palestinian families in Lebanon. Families living in Beirut,...
👇 More photos below... 👇SIDON, LEBANON, December 27, 2021 -- Baitulmaal, a Dallas-based international humanitarian relief agency, recently distributed winter aid to 385 Palestinian, Syrian and Lebanese families residing in impoverished communities and refugee camps in...
👇 More photos below... 👇BEIRUT, LEBANON, September 14, 2021 -- Baitulmaal, a Dallas-based international humanitarian relief agency, recently distributed emergency health kits and medical equipment valued at over $1.1 million to eight hospitals and three clinics...
Can they count on you?
COVID-19 and the Port of Beirut explosion have had a debilitating impact on the Lebanese economy, as well as the widespread hunger crisis.
Without your donations, these communities could fall deeper into the cycle of poverty and struggle with food insecurity, mental and physical illnesses, homelessness and more.
Will you help reduce the strain of poverty in Lebanon?