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URDA Newsletter

In 2021, humanity is witnessing the presence of more than 82.4 million refugees around the world, 40% of whom are children. This number is increasing daily due to disasters, wars, and conflicts. However, they are not just numbers to count as they represent 82.4 million human beings, stores, and hopes. Check our newsletter >>

In 2021, humanity is witnessing the presence of more than 82.4 million refugees around the world, 40% of whom are children. This number is increasing daily due to disasters, wars, and conflicts. However, they are not just numbers to count as they represent 82.4 million human beings, stores, and hopes. Check our newsletter >>

The Union of Relief and Development Associations in Lebanon (URDA) concluded its “Giving Hope” campaign for 2021, which aimed to provide sacrificial meat portions to the most deprived Lebanese, Syrian and Palestinian families across Lebanon. Check our newsletter >>

Every year on August 19, the international community celebrates World Humanitarian Day in honor of humanitarian workers and in celebration of humanity and the spirit of giving that inspires and motivates people to help those who need assistance, even in difficult and dangerous circumstances, often risking their lives during the mission. Check our newsletter >>

September arrives in 2021 carrying along with ramifications and impacts that are ravaging the educational sector in Lebanon on all levels and across different educational institutions. As a result, the educational sector has become like other sectors, experiencing a slow death that is affecting teachers, students, and their parents alike. Check our newsletter >>

In October, which marks breast cancer awareness month, URDA's health care sector provided free mammograms to URDA staff and their families. The service targeted women over 40 years of age at Al Wafaa medical center in Aramoun, Mount Lebanon where it offered them free-of-charge mammograms, which detects tumors in their early stages before symptoms arise. Check our newsletter >>

The cold season is almost around the corner, bringing back the same annual fear and concerns for the most vulnerable families who live in dire conditions in homes that lack the basic requirements for adequate housing and in remote areas, waiting to be swept up by heavy snow or floods. Check our newsletter >>

As 2021 ends, we recall some hopeful projects that have carried optimistic titles. Although the economic and livelihoods crises under which Lebanon is living have been gradually intensifying, leading to increasing social disasters, URDA in all its humanitarian sectors has been able to offer doses of hope wherever the feet of its field teams tread. Check our newsletter >>

During the first month of 2022, URDA provided humanitarian assistance to the most vulnerable groups of people including impoverished and refugee families in various parts of Lebanon. URDA’s winter aid included heating fuel, food parcels, hot meals, winter clothing and related items to impoverished families. Check our newsletter >>

During the second month of 2022, URDA provided humanitarian assistance to the most vulnerable groups of people including impoverished and refugee families in various parts of Lebanon. URDA’s winter aid included heating fuel, food parcels, hot meals, winter clothing and related items to impoverished families. Check our newsletter >>

During the Third month of 2022, URDA provided humanitarian assistance to the most vulnerable groups of people including impoverished and refugee families in various parts of Lebanon. URDA’s winter aid included heating fuel, food parcels, hot meals, winter clothing and related items to impoverished families. Check our newsletter >>

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