The Lebanese city of Ashqout near the country's lavish Faraya village ski resorts, houses 42 Syrian refugees who fled Aleppo in 2014. According to refugees in the camp, the UNHCR has not provided them assistance in three years.
Lebanon has voted in favor of two UN resolutions that improve the treatment of refugees and migrants, but the displaced Syrian refugees in the country may not benefit, as they are not classified as refugees or even migrants.
Humanitarian aid has finally reached the Rukban refugee camp, near the Jordanian-Syrian border after a year-long blockade. The UN envoy delivered food and medical supplies to the around 50,000 residents in the camp.
Tight-Knit Syria provides a platform for Syrian women to sell their knitted and embroidered work, offering a financial boost and a form of therapy. The project began when a refugee in Lebanon joined up with a Toronto-based online sales platform.