LEBANON’S CHILD SURVIVAL CRISIS: TIME TO ACT

In July 2021, Save the Children undertook a Household Economy Analysis in Greater Beirut and has found that over the last year, the survival deficit for Lebanese families has increased by 550%. This means that families from all wealth groups have been driven into deep poverty, are unable to buy basic food items, survival goods, and other services, affecting all aspects of children’s lives. Urgent action is needed to ensure the provision of transparently distributed emergency financial assistance to the most vulnerable families of all nationalities in Lebanon.

Published 2021-07-27

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