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Polish NGO helps Syrian refugees in northern Lebanon

19.01.2021 10:05
A Polish NGO has in recent weeks helped 30,000 Syrian refugees who live in northern Lebanon to survive the winter.
Image: pcpm.org.pl

The Polish Center for International Aid Foundation has been helping Syrians who fled their war-torn country to insulate their tents as temperatures drop.

About 50,000 Syrians are camped in the mountainous Arsal region of Lebanon. Most of the refugees have been living in unheated tents for several years, public broadcaster Polish Radio's IAR news agency reported.

For such people, winter is a difficult time, amid rain and snow in the Arsal region, IAR added.

The Polish Prime Minister’s Office has pitched in to provide money to help the refugees.

The Polish Center for International Aid is appealing for further funds.

According to the United Nations, there are more than 800,000 Syrians registered in Lebanon, and at least twice as many refugees who are there illegally.


Source: IAR