Emergency aid after the earthquake. Your help is precious.

Saïd with his son Anas,
Syrian refugees in a camp in Lebanon

"Our lives have been turned upside down"

"It is difficult for everyone, without exception. Our lives have been turned upside down. We worry about our children. In order to protect our family, we try not to go outside the house and avoid contact with other people. This situation puts us in a state of constant tension and anger. I feel that my children are sad, bored and scared.

The activities organised by Tdh are very helpful for them. I observe behavioural changes in Anas. He has become happier and communicates more with us.

I work hard so that my children can continue to go to school. I hope that classes will start again soon and that one day they will go to university and have a better life than we have."