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CRS World Report: Visiting Syrian Refugees in Lebanon

June 18, 2013 by

A Syrian refugee family rides in a vehicle to a temporary medical clinic run by Caritas Lebanon, a CRS partner. Photo courtesy of Sam Tarling for Caritas Switzerland

A Syrian refugee family rides in a vehicle to a temporary medical clinic run by Caritas Lebanon, a CRS partner. Photo courtesy of Sam Tarling for Caritas Switzerland

Syrian refugees are pouring across borders and leaving everything behind. In Jordan and Lebanon, women, children and elderly people describe terrible events. They can’t sleep at night. They’re filled with anxiety about what is happening to their loved ones back in Syria and what’s to come for their children.

Listen to CRS Executive Vice President Joan Rosenhauer describe her recent visit with refugees in Lebanon by clicking on the media player below.

One Comment

  1. Roxanne Stone says:

    Recent article in Washington Post describes tensions in Jordan with Syrian refugees who don’t understand magnitude of water shortages and need for conservation. News story describes Syrian refugees washing cars and otherwise wasting critically limited water resources. Can CRS help educate refugees on this and other social issues, which if respected would help the citizens of Jordan more accepting of their presence?