Believers delivering relief, despite major challenges.

By August 14, 2006

Middle East (MNN)–The Israeli military is reportedly planning to ramp up its attacks on Lebanon in the next few days.

The latest reports are they expect to target more of the civilian infrastructure as well as symbols of the Lebanese government.

International Aid recently sent five-thousand hygiene kits into the war-torn regions of Lebanon and Syria.

They’ve partnered with the International Medical Corps to better streamline humanitarian relief efforts. The supplies made it inland, but distribution may be a challenge given the rapidly changing nature of the region.

Approximately 180,000 displaced people are living in Syria, some 67,000 in public sites including schools and camps.

International Aid is now evaluating further response. Their team members serve the physical needs in order to be an example of the love of Christ to those they’re helping. If you want to help, contact International Aid through their information listed below.

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