URDA continues for the second consecutive day to provide humanitarian support to Lebanese displaced persons who have fled the southern border areas due to repeated shelling. This support is part of an urgent response project aimed at improving the conditions of the displaced and ensuring their well-being during this challenging period.
In this context, the URDA field team conducted a field tour in the Shab’a and Al-Habariyah areas on Friday, October 27th, in cooperation with local authorities. The team provided relief aid, including 700 loaves of bread, 700 food portions, and 700 gallons of drinking water to the displaced families in the border towns of Shab’a and Al-Habariyah. In addition, children received special portions of these aids, with candy and snacks distributed to approximately 200 children to support their mental and social well-being.