The pandemic threatens vulnerable families.

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Bordering Syria, Lebanon is hosting almost one million Syrian refugees and more than 175,000 Palestinian refugees who often live in precarious conditions. Children are the first to experience domestic and sexual violence, exploitation, early marriage and dropping out of school. Tdh works to provide them with appropriate services, raises awareness on children’s rights and fosters community engagement on child protection issues. Tdh is also involved in promoting a child-friendly justice system in Lebanon.

Protecting children in Lebanon

Surviving early marriage and war: The 18 year old girl introduces herself as an early marriage “survivor”. She has already referred many cases of early-married girls to Tdh in Lebanon.

Lely, early married girl that had to flee Syria


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