Action Against Hunger (ACH) has highlighted that Lebanon is facing a “multi-crisis” economically, politically, socially and health-wise, which was exacerbated by the August 4th explosion in the port of the capital, Beirut. What he asked has “that focus will not be lost on the situation” and that a medium-term support plan will be adopted to help the country.
Beatriz Navarro, director of the NGO in Lebanon, applauded in an interview with Europa Press that “a lot of aid is being mobilized” as a result of the explosion that killed at least 170 people and injured more than 6,000, although she emphasized that ACH “stresses that there are many crises and that this is in the medium term. “
“It’s not about helping for just three weeks, but about helping a population that has already come out of a crisis affected by various factors and needs help in the medium term,” he stressed before adding that this crisis has a part socially, ” with demonstrations every day, “plus the resignation of the government and the climax of the coronavirus.
He has stressed that the situation is “complicated” because there are “several emergencies at the same time”, while he has advocated “also taking into account national needs”, although the capital is the one that “suffers the big ones” Effects “of the situation, especially after the explosion.