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Cash assistance for the most vulnerable families in Lebanon

PCPM Lebanon cash assistance project, funded by Taiwan ICDF, continues to be a helping hand for hundreds of Lebanese and refugee families.

Cash-for-rent for 800 families affected by the Beirut Blast

Four months after the devastating Beirut Port explosions, many people remain displaced and are living in temporary accommodation, shared shelters or at the homes of their friends and families. Countless families continue to live in their damaged homes, despite risk of the buildings collapsing, due to the fear of losing their right to return.

They treat patients on the streets and on special buses. PCPM Emergency Medical Team in Beirut

PCPM emergency medicine and rapid response specialists see patients in a mobile clinic, because hospitals do not have enough space or are completely inaccessible. They also help in the streets. People who are coming to them either did not go to the hospital shortly after the explosion or were injured while removing the rubbles. The action for Beirut continues at PCPM.ORG.PL/BEIRUT

Over 620 000 PLN (166 000 USD) to help families after the Beirut explosion

Thanks to the generosity of Polish citizens, and the enormous media support, we raised over PLN 620 000 (USD 166 000) to help families after the massive explosion in Beirut. It has allowed us to organize two aid transports. We have been helping on the spot from the very first day of the tragedy: within a few hours of the blast, we started an action for Beirut, and within a few days from the tragedy, in-kind assistance reached the needy. The action continues at PCPM.ORG.PL/BEIRUT

Tragiczna eksplozja w Bejrucie. PCPM apeluje o pomoc

Na skutek potężnej eksplozji w Bejrucie naszej pilnej pomocy potrzebują tysiące rodzin. Biuro Fundacji PCPM w Libanie rozpoczęło zbiórkę. Apelujemy o wpłaty.