اللاجئون السوريون

Joud Hassan
“It is not easy for us to keep up with the news on the Russian invasion of Ukraine, as we come from a war that is still burning in our country.”
Maha Shuayb and Cathrine Brun – Centre for Lebanese Studies 
Lebanon’s economic crisis and the pandemic deeply affected schooling of refugees and Lebanese children. The economic crisis has had a direct impact on education, with 45 to 55% of refugee children out of school, with an identified 30,000 students dropping out of school in the past academic year without re-registering for the 2020-2021 year.
Marwa Melhem
“The first picture I published was one of Paris by night, taken from the plane. The first response of a friend was: “They have that much electricity?”
Pascale Sawma
The UN and aid organizations did not provide enough support for winter. The little aid that did arrive was distributed arbitrarily and without much coordination. As a result, a lot of aid reached some refugees, while others received nothing.
Farrah Akbik
The same government that subjugated its nation still reigns. That very same government that is slowly being rehabilitated back onto the international stage, with its vast catalogue of human rights violations being conveniently forgotten. A government that made our children orphans and abandoned them to the streets. 
Maha Shuayb
On paper, Lebanon and the United Nations guarantee Syrian refugees a carefree education. In reality, the travesty requirement for official documents means less than one percent of Syrian children make it to 9th grade.
Shahat Al-Sayed and Sahr Al-Hamdani
Over the past seven months, this press inquiry has brought to public notice the fact that poor health care provided to the Syrian refugees in Egypt, by The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees UNHCR and its partners, has exacerbated their health problems and made them suffer permanent disabilities.
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