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In an effort to promote healthy habits, Ghanaian peacekeepers organized an aerobics session for the students of Al Boustan Public Elementary School.
On 5 October 2022, the first cholera case in nearly three decades was confirmed in Lebanon. Since then, over 1400 suspected cases, including 17 deaths, have been reported across the country, according to the World Health Organization.
UNIFIL’s Nepalese Battalion (NEPBATT) steps in to help a High School in need.
After a long summer vacation about 250 students returned to the Mohammad Falha High School in the town of Meiss El Jebel to find that there was no water.
Since 2006, UNIFIL has had a sizable presence with its, on average, more than 11,000 peacekeepers in southern Lebanon.
Yes, it is a play on words, but, quite literally, the Lebanese Armed Forces’ (LAF) South Litani Sector HQ has been given “power” by UNIFIL’s Republic of Korea Battalion (ROKBATT) in the form of a solar power generating system.
UNIFIL and its troop contributing countries have been supporting their Lebanese host communities with a plethora of assistance projects for the past 15 years.
Sharing bread and salt is an ancient custom, prevalent in the Middle East as well as parts of Europe. The act of eating together signifies a welcoming between two sides, expressing gratitude, friendship, and trust.
Two patrolling UNIFIL vehicles succumb to adverse road and weather conditions causing one of the vehicles to veer off the road and overturn, while the second barely manages to avoid the same fate.
UNIFIL’s Nepalese Battalion (NEPBATT) participated on the 15th of August in Houla’s Children Summer Camp where more than 150 children and their parents took part.
UNIFIL’s Indonesian Battalion took this year’s theme of International Youth Day, 12 August, to heart and organized an event welcoming youth from Souaneh village in South Lebanon.