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Like før jul besøkte vi en familie på gaten i Beirut. Mor med seks barn hadde flyktet fra krigen i Syria og livnært seg i Libanon som selgere (les: tiggere). NRK Supernytt sender i dag (mandag 6.3 kl 19:00) en dokumentar om denne familien i Beirut, vårt…

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Josh Stinton som vi tidligere har fortalt om har denne uken vært gjest hos Yahoo TV Channel 7 i Australia. Filantropen Josh har valgt å begi seg ut på verdens mest krevende sykkelritt til inntekt for Mange Bekker Små. Uten tidligere erfaring fra slike…

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Mange Bekker Små distribuerte i dag fotballer donert av Abri Vekst til en leir i Libanon. I denne leiren går ingen av barna på skole til tross for at skolene i Libanon formelt er åpne også for syriske barn. Noen skoler tilbyr også ettermiddagsskift, men…

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In one of Beirut's busiest streets, we meet Zeinab and her six children who have fled the war in Syria. The father Khalid nobody knows where is. Zeinab and her children are now living for the third year as refugees in Beirut without prospects for a dignified life. Despite the hopelessness we see smiles, laughter and joy as we approach. They understand that we have brought something for them in the large paper bags with Christmas motif. Warm clothes, chocolates and a teddy bear for all six children. We've been tipped off about these street children by NRK employee Mohammed Alayoubi, currently in Beirut working on a documentary about Syrian refugee children. The documentary, on NRK Super Nytt, will be broadcasted in the spring and Alayoubi and his colleague has already had contact with this family for almost a year. The family is unfortunately not registered as refugees in Lebanon, which means that they do not receive assistance from international organizations. Everyday life is therefore very tough for the family of six, selling paper towel on the streets in Beirut to survive.
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