Humanitarian Work: Lebanon
According to UNICEF, Lebanon is facing an economic and financial crisis which ranks in the top three most severe crises globally since the mid-nineteenth century, according to the World Bank. The deteriorating socio-economic situation, exacerbated by COVID-19 and the Beirut explosion on 4 August 2020, is threatening the livelihoods and well-being of the most vulnerable people. The Lebanese currency has lost more than 90 percent of its value. Food prices increased staggering 222 per cent in the year to June 2021.
Humanitarian Impact in Lebanon
Allied Cultures provides case-specific humanitarian support as part of its mission to engage cross-culturally and serve the unique needs of individuals and families displaced by political unrest, homelessness, natural disasters and more.
One of the countries we have been able to support is that of Lebanon, a small country in Western Asia.
as of 9/20/2023
Direct Aid to date: $7,075
# of Years of Support Provided: 3 years
Pounds of Humanitarian Supplies: 10 pounds
# of People Supported by Program: 259 individuals
Allied Cultures carries out its humanitarian programs in Lebanon through the use of local volunteers who have been screened and vetted beforehand.
Direct Aid to be distributed by Allied Cultures volunteers for vetted families in need, which also allows us to boost the economy in Lebanon with timely and person-specific purchases of essential supplies and groceries.
Utility and Rent Assistance
Various Hygiene Supplies
How to Help
To donate directly to Allied Cultures please visit www.alliedcultures.org and click on Donate Now
Here below are some of the photos and videos of the individuals we served between 2020 and 2022 with our international Lebanon programming.