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URDA Position Paper On the approaching Eid Al-Adha 2022 Considering the worsening economic and living crisis that Lebanon suffers from.

The joy of Eid is almost non-existent in light of the economic and living crisis under which Lebanon is facing, as the blessed Eid al-Adha falls this year in the midst of a severe economic collapse that is afflicting Lebanon, which has deprived families of the ability to feel the joy of Eid and to buy clothes, sweets and children’s toys, which prompts some To describe it as the “worst Eid” in the history of Lebanon. A study issued by the Lebanese Central Administration of Statistics revealed that 28% of the Lebanese live below the poverty line, meaning those whose income does not reach $3.84 per day per capita.

According to a United Nations study on poverty in Lebanon under the title “Priority Needs”, the number of Syrian refugees registered with the United Nations as refugees under the poverty line is 720,000, and the registered Syrian refugees above the poverty line are 780,000, in addition to 178,200 refugees. Palestinians are below the poverty line and 91,800 Palestinian refugees are above the poverty line.

‘’ A happiness report’’.. Crises puts Lebanon at the bottom of the list

Lebanon occupied the penultimate position in the “Annual Happiness Report” issued under the supervision of the United Nations. The country has been afflicted by economic, financial, social and even security crises for more than three years, in which the poverty rate reached imaginary limits at a time when the exchange rate of the dollar rose dramatically. record and depreciated the national currency.

The joy of Eid is almost non-existent in light of the economic and living crisis under which Lebanon is facing, as the blessed Eid al-Adha falls this year in the midst of a severe economic collapse that is afflicting Lebanon, which has deprived families of the ability to feel the joy of Eid and to buy clothes, sweets and children’s toys, which prompts some To describe it as the “worst Eid” in the history of Lebanon. A study issued by the Lebanese Central Administration of Statistics revealed that 28% of the Lebanese live below the poverty line, meaning those whose income does not reach $3.84 per day per capita.

According to a United Nations study on poverty in Lebanon under the title “Priority Needs”, the number of Syrian refugees registered with the United Nations as refugees under the poverty line is 720,000, and the registered Syrian refugees above the poverty line are 780,000, in addition to 178,200 refugees. Palestinians are below the poverty line and 91,800 Palestinian refugees are above the poverty line.

‘’ A happiness report’’.. Crises puts Lebanon at the bottom of the list..

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