The ICRC has been present in Lebanon since 1967 and has carried out its humanitarian work through periods of conflict, including 1975-1990 civil war. Currently it is responding to the rapidly growing needs of displaced people fleeing war and violence across the region and the communities hosting them.

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In numbers

In 2018:

  • 6,400
    Lebanese, Syrian and Palestinian refugees were assisted through the ICRC’s cash programs across Lebanon.
  • 183,000
    Patients received health care through ICRC-supported facilities across the country
  • 16,500
    Syrian and Palestinian refugees and Lebanese returnees from Syria received food or essential items such as hygiene kits, blankets or mattresses
  • 77,000
    People benefited from improved water and electricity networks and shelter infrastructure rehabilitation.
  • 7,500
    Detainees were visited in 25 places of detention across Lebanon
  • 19,700
    Patients received ER consultations and surgical admissions to ICRC-supported facilities and hospitals across Lebanon

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