Many of the young people affected by the explosion that has decimated Lebanon’s capital Beirut are working to put the pieces back together again.
About 100,000 children rendered homeless by the blast who need international support to rebuild their shattered lives.
The U.N. Children’s Fund says it needs $46.7 million over the next three months to protect and help children and their families overcome the physical and mental impacts of this disaster.
Otralerz NGO, says it has three main objectives.These are to keep children safe, rehabilitate essential services and provide young people with the skills they need to help rebuild their country. It acknowledges the job ahead is huge.
UACC, have been supporting that with tools, resources and equipment for them to be able to clean the streets and housing units, move the debris and cooking for the displaced families.
At the same time, we will extend the programs that we have across the country on skills building and cash for work.