Millions of people who have had to flee their homes following the conflict in Iraq, still need humanitarian assistance.
Lebanon is under severe pressure as it tackles the coronavirus pandemic, an on-going economic crisis and the aftermath of the explosion in the port of Beirut.
The combination of an unprecedented economic and financial crisis has put a huge strain on Lebanon, while they continue to face pressure hosting over a million Syrian refugees.
The coronavirus pandemic and outbreaks within the country have put health systems under severe pressure.
On 4 August 2020, a deadly explosion in the port of Beirut sent shockwaves through the country. The blast killed 178 people, injured 6000 people and left 300,000 people homeless. In the middle of a pandemic and an economic crisis, this disaster could send Lebanon to the brink, with food security becoming a major source of concern for both host and refugee communities.