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Amouna, 6, Bouchra, 5, and Nour El Hoda, 3, Syrian refugees in Lebanon, benefit from clean water and sanitation services.

 “Water is life. In emergencies, refugees can endure any challenge except the absence of clean water and toilets,” says Amjad Daoud, project manager for a World Vision water and sanitation program.

More than 27,000 refugee families in Lebanon have received water tanks, water filters, soaps, hygiene and drainage kits; a weekly supply of water; monthly sewage de-sludging; and the installation of latrines next to their tents.


Photo©2015 World Vision, Christian Ghafary


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