Lebanon has had the highest number of refugees per capita in the world. 

Since Syrian conflict began in 2011, millions of refugees have sought shelter here.

The House of Sarah

The House of Sarah is in the refugee community in the Bekaa Valley. We provide some emergency aid, but the main aim is to provide skills training & education for income generation.

Women are taught how to sew with sewing machines, & literacy & IT lessons are promoted. Health education is also provided for parents & children, including the importance of clean water and general hygiene.

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House of Sarah

We have also sponsored trauma ‘camps’, which many refugees have attended with positive results.

By building personal relationships
and befriending those who have  
lost so much,

we hope to help them to rebuild their lives giving them hope and a future

Friendship and help, Syrian Refugees in Lebanon

What We do

GHNI staff team, Lebanon

Jamal Hashweh,

Regional Field Leader,

Arabic-Speaking World

Rami Hanna,

Assistant Regional Field Leader,

Arab Speaking World