Listen to their stories, hear their voices. This blog echoes the bitter reality of the Palestinian refugees in Lebanon whom we are supporting over the past 40 years. Articles, stories, studies, and everything you need to know about the Palestinian refugee in Lebanon.
Staying active means staying alive as much as their health condition allows. While Iliana cannot play and run with her friends, she is able at least to go to school and sit with them. It's a different approach to life, of course!
It’s the uncertainty of every day, the absolute sense of helplessness that leaves Palestinians hanging onto a cliff fearing the unknown. And with the frosty nights they face in Baalbak, their hands get stiffer, and their grip loosens.
March 20, 2023
Dialysis for refugees is one of the harsher realities that these people must face, as it is a long-term treatment that requires continuous care and high cost.
February 03, 2023
History overlaps with politics, sociology, and economics when discussing the Palestinian presence in the camps in Lebanon, but the human side of their story unifies all diversities. What do you know about these camps?
January 31, 2023
Mental health is not a luxury and certainly not an indispensable intervention in Abdelrahman's case. It was an opportunity that had completely life-changing consequences. Here's how?
January 25, 2023
With so many families struggling nowadays, it is hard to keep up with all the financial responsibilities and make ends meet. Hundreds of families in Lebanon are left with limited resources. This is especially daunting when you don’t know how to afford to feed or keep your family warm in the cold winter, but Tala's winter is different this year!
January 17, 2023
Music is not a luxury in their lives, it is a daily act to shape their worlds as they love and dream. It is a daily act to express themselves, their identity, and a passage to another world! Ahmed chose music as his language, and the flute as his companion, and he is on a mission today to get more children to know his world.
December 08, 2022
Forced darkness is a new concept in the lives of families in camps where many alleys do not see the sunlight. Here is a small initiative in order to lighten up their lives specifically children. How?
November 25, 2022
Assad is one of the talented Palestinian youth in Lebanon who benefited from Taawon's University Education Program. This letter from Assad proves that you can own the world once you have the will and talent.
November 24, 2022
The learning environment and teaching methods are key to ensuring the quality and outcomes of education. Linking these two elements will provide a comfortable environment for the student and can be a catalyst for learning.
November 18, 2022
How would you define a competent educator? What does it take to become one? And why should we care? The ECED program aims to improve early childhood education outcomes through quality training programs.
November 17, 2022
Competition in the labor market is increasing and the skills required, especially of fresh graduates, have become essential to get a job. Most of the time, all they need is one opportunity, one chance,... and here comes the Youth Employment Project.
November 15, 2022
This is a journey of endurance for Huriyah and Rawan and many more Palestinian refugee students in Lebanon. The journey was hard, but let’s hear what they say.
October 25, 2022
This is a life-changing device for Anas, "seeing the world clear and bright and in vivid colors was a dream", he says.
October 16, 2022
Supporting inclusive kindergartens is a pillar of the Early Childhood Education Development (ECED) Program that is supported by UNICEF. Come spend a day with Amer at his inclusive KG is Rashidieh camp.
September 07, 2022
Hanan Karaki, a nurse at Karantina hospital, recalls the first moments that shook Beirut and the destruction of the hospital. The spark that drove Taawon to launch the “In Solidarity with Beirut” fundraising campaign.
August 04, 2022