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The food aid program by PCPM provides assistance to the most needy Syrian and Lebanese families in Akkar, Lebanon

Lebanon ranks sixth in the world's largest food crises. According to the UN, four out of ten children from Lebanon and Syrian refugees in the country are at risk of malnutrition. The Polish Center for International Aid (PCPM) has initiated a pilot food support program, providing food assistance to over 2,000 people in Lebanon for three months. These are Lebanese and Syrians who are in extremely dire situations.

„Thanks to you, I was able to survive”. Lebanese tell of support for farmers

- The salary and knowledge I gained during the project allowed me to cover my family's daily expenses," said Sawsana, 27, stressing that the PCPM project enabled her to survive.

Another PCPM aid package for Lebanon: improvement of public safety and strengthening the agricultural entrepreneurship

The Polish Center for International Aid (PCPM) responds to the new challenges facing Lebanon, which is plunged into an economic and social crisis. In addition to the 'Cash for Work' and 'Cash for Rent' programs, the PCPM provides solutions to improve public safety and implements projects to activate agricultural entrepreneurship in the northern part of the country.

The authorities and residents of the Lebanese capital are beneficiaries of the 'Cash for Work’ program implemented in Beirut by PCPM

The authorities of the capital of Lebanon emphasize the high effectiveness of the help that PCPM brings to the city through the "Cash for Work" program, i.e. commissioning minor infrastructural and cleaning works to the local community. The beneficiaries of the program are also the poorest inhabitants of Beirut – both Lebanese and Syrians – for whom work provided by the PCPM is often the only source of income.

A lack of bread, power, and fuel – Lebanon under crisis. They need organizations like PCPM

Another crisis hits Lebanon – an energy one. Some Beirut residents only have access to power for 1 hour per day and a lack of bread as a direct outcome of a country-wide shortage of flour. In these circumstances, they desperately need humanitarian aid.

The International Day for the Eradication of Poverty – help us give aid to people who need it most

A lunch hall in Ethiopia, therapeutic food for kids in South Sudan, aid for families suffering from the ongoing Lebanese crisis – those are only a few actions that the PCPM Foundation does to help the poorest across Africa. Please help us in this uneven fight on the International Day for Poverty Eradication.

The rent subsidy program implemented in Lebanon by PCPM supports the poorest Lebanese and Syrians

The Polish Center for International Aid (PCPM) has been running a rent subsidy program for the poorest residents of Lebanon for almost 8 years. Since 2020, the "Cash for Rent" program has also been used by Syrians who seek refuge in Lebanon from the war and the humanitarian crisis in their homeland.

In Lebanon, bees pull people out of crisis

In Lebanon, a country in which the PCPM Foundation educate beekeepers. Those trainings could generate a source of income for them. Thanks to MASAR project funded by the EU MADAD Trust fund, PCPM has implemented the courses. Attendants are not only the Lebanese, but also the refugees from Syria, who had been living in the Lebanon for the last decade.