Un Enfant par la Main in Lebanon
Following decades of conflict, political violence and economic crises, Lebanon is slowly recovering. Today, while socio-economic indicators are improving, the ongoing wars in the region result in new challenges. In proportion to its population, Lebanon hosts more refugees than any other country in the world.
Un Enfant par la Main (as Enfants Sans Frontières) has supported programs in Lebanon since 1984. At first, the organization took war-injured children for treatment in France. Since 1987, it has focused on education and training.