The Flying Seagull Project | Laughter to Lebanon
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Laughter to Lebanon | 2018

Project Description

An estimated 1.5 million Syrian refugees, at least half of them children, have fled to Lebanon since the start of the Syrian Civil War. They are living in very basic settlements and many children have been forced into work.

There are also 449,957 Palestinian refugees. Around 53 per cent of this population live in the 12 recognized Palestine refugee camps, all of which, according to UNRWA, “suffer from serious problems, including poverty, overcrowding, unemployment, poor housing conditions and lack of infrastructure.”

134

sessions

10243

children participated

Hundreds of thousands of children in Lebanon remain at risk of missing out on their childhoods. We will continue Laughter to Lebanon on a larger scale in 2019.

Project Details
Category

All, Middle East

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