Relief Updates

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"The international Red Cross appealed for US$81 million to help the victims of fighting in Lebanon.
The funds from the appeal will help expand Red Cross health programs and facilities for some 650,000 people, as well as up to 5,000 wounded. The ICRC will also increase deliveries of food and other essential relief items, and try to improve access to clean water for more than 1.2 million people."
(As reported by the Associated Press on Friday, July 28th 2006)

The funds collected through our project will be donated to the Lebanon Relief fund at the American Red Cross.

Your financial gift to the American Red Cross International Disaster Relief Efforts in Lebanon will help those affected by the crisis. The American Red Cross International Disaster Relief Fund provides immediate relief and long-term support through supplies, technical assistance and other support to those in need.

For more information about the American Red Cross, please call 1-800 HELP NOW or email info@usa.redcross.org.

Learn more:
- American Red Cross response in the Middle East crisis
- Red Cross operations in Lebanon



ICRC workers pass boxes of aid supplies intended for southern Lebanon across the Litani river, 08.08.06


Beirut. A displaced family collects drinking water brought to them by the Lebanese Red Cross and the ICRC. 02.08.06


Mount Lebanon, near Beirut. A displaced person receives a hygiene kit and blankets. 03.08.06


Beirut. A Lebanese Red Cross tanker being filled with drinking water. 02.08.06


Mount Lebanon, near Beirut. A displaced child in the middle of ICRC relief packages. 03.08.06


El Qlaile, south of Tyre, Lebanon. Distribution of Lebanese government food relief by the Lebanese Red Cross and the ICRC. 31.07.2006


Tyre, southern Lebanon. An ICRC distribution. 30/07/2006


Near Beirut, Furn el Chebak, displaced children at Madame Aoun Public School. 28.07.06

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