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Lebanon: state of emergency

One year after the Beirut blast, caught up in crisis after crisis, people in Lebanon are in increasing need of humanitarian aid.

Based on what the current situation is, it is just really sad to walk around the streets sometimes and look at people. You can feel them, you can feel their despair sometimes when they are going to buy their basic needs. It’s very different from the situation two years ago: pre-pandemic, pre-explosion and pre-economic crisis.

Doctor Mohamad Kassem
Gynaecologist working in the Médecins Sans Frontiéres maternity clinic in Beirut

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