Oxfam is helped people in Lebanon, Gaza and Israel to deal with the aftermath of the conflict in the Middle East in 2006.
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Oxfam is continuing to expand its work with partners in Lebanon, Gaza, Israel and beyond to provide clean water, sanitation and public hygiene promotion to innocent people affected by the fighting. So far our emergency response has assisted 78,500 people.
Oxfam's partner the National Association for Vocational Training and Social Services (Navtss) normally assists Palestinian refugees living in camps across Lebanon.
Since the conflict between Israel and Hizbullah guerrillas broke out last month, however, over 900,000 Lebanese have become refugees themselves. Some have even sought shelter in the Palestinian camps.
Navtss has been doing what it can to deal with this huge problem, providing food boxes to hundreds of displaced families and even throwing open the doors of its offices to people who have fled their homes to escape deadly bombings. Some survivors shared their experiences...
Oxfam continues to deliver assistance to people in Lebanon, Gaza and Israel. Here is an update.
As Israeli armed forces and Lebanese Hezbollah militiamen attempt a belated ceasefire, civilians in the worst-affected areas of conflict have been counting the cost, Oxfam’s Shaheen Chughtai reports from Lebanon.