More than just a food parcel
The Lebanese economic crisis took headlines by storm as one of the worst global financial crises since the mid 19th century. However, the true severity is the prolonged duration of the crisis. Over the past nearly three years, most of the Lebanese have depleted whatever savings they may have had. Middle-income families are also slowly finding themselves in need of humanitarian assistance to get by. Unemployment, valueless salaries, and lack of opportunities are factors contributing to the socio-financial crisis in the country.