“Financially we are desperate. We are in debt to the grocery shop.”
“Our children need healthcare, medicine, milk but we can’t afford that.”
“Winter is very harsh here. Whenever it rains, our homes are flooded..”
“The babies need diapers, they need milk.”
“I am asking God for a miracle to help my children survive.”
These are pleas of more than 5.6 million Syrian refugees registered across Lebanon – 2.6 million of whom are children – driven from their homes by a conflict now in its eighth year. And the needs of families are great.