Collect of shoes and clothes for our school kids
This winter in Lebanon promises to be harsh. The first snow fell already in December and the strong winter storms blew away the self-made tents in the Syrian refugee camps or drowned them under the heavy rain. Just before Christmas, a group of students of Université Saint-Joseph and the American University of Beirut came to our informal camp school and distributed shoes and clothes they had collected before. It was also the opportunity for our school students to have a good time and to welcome Santa Claus with all due festivity. We could bring several tons of clothes also to those refugee families in bitter need at our outreach centre in Michmich, up in the mountains where temperatures are much lower. Many thanks to the Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Beyrouth and its director for having made this possible!
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You are on the homepage of Relief & Reconciliation International AISBL, a non-profit organisation under Belgian law that is combining peacebuilding with humanitarian aid in response to the Syrian crisis. We are uniting different communities around a common cause: the future of the youth. We opened our first Peace Centre and a refugee camp school in the North of Lebanon, only 12 km from the Syrian border. Read more on the following pages about who we are and what we do.