Ongoing Energy Crisis in Lebanon Exacerbates Winter Hardships

The image shows makeshift refugee shelters collapsing under the weight of snow. (Photo courtesy of Heart for Lebanon)

Jordan will begin exporting electricity to Lebanon this month. It’s part of an energy deal brokered in 2021 between Egypt, Jordan, Syria, and Lebanon. Here’s why Lebanon needs so much help.

Nuna of Triumphant Mercy Lebanon says her country’s ongoing energy crisis becomes unbearable during the winter months. Millions of refugees and the poorest Lebanese live in makeshift shelters.

“It’s really hard. The snow is piling up; the roof of the tent is made of cardboard,” Nuna says.

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“After a while, the roof collapses; people had all their clothes, mattresses, blankets – everything is wet.”

Triumphant Mercy provides tarps, extra blankets, and fuel for cooking or to heat the home. “We print a coupon, and the people with this coupon can just go and get fuel,” Nuna explains.

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SOURCE: Mission Network News, Katey Hearth


  • Pray relief aid and believers’ care leads people to faith in Christ.
  • Pray TM Lebanon teams have many Gospel opportunities.

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