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Lebanon: Syria Refugee Influx Weighing On Lebanon's Economy, Society

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By Reuters

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BEIRUT, LEBANON (JULY 3, 2014) (REUTERS) EXTERIOR OF THE GRAND SERAIL BUILDING VARIOUS OF LEBANESE FLAG ON TOP OF THE BUILDING SCREEN SHOWING SYRIAN REFUGEE CHILD WITH TEXT READING (English): "2014 SYRIA REGIONAL RESPONSE PLAN. MID-YEAR REVIEW - LEBANON" ATTENDEES IN HALL AHEAD OF MEETING VARIOUS OF ATTENDEES STANDING FOR LEBANESE NATIONAL ANTHEM LEBANESE AND UNITED NATIONS FLAGS (SOUNDBITE) (Arabic) LEBANESE SOCIAL AFFAIRS MINISTER, RASHID DERBAS, SAYING: "The negative effects on Lebanon between 2012-2014 include around $7.5 billion loss to the Lebanese economy, a decrease in the governmental revenue collection by $1.6 billion, and at the same an increase in state spending by $1.2 billion." DERBAS SPEAKING AT MEETING (SOUNDBITE) (Arabic) LEBANESE SOCIAL AFFAIRS MINISTER, RASHID DERBAS, SAYING: "Lebanon, before the start of Syrian crisis and the beginning of displacement into its territory, was already suffering from social and educational problems which worsened due the unrest in the region reflected in the internal situation. And things got worse, as most Syrian refugees resided in remote border areas in Lebanon that already suffered from poverty and development issues, where the numbers there have become greater than the number of local residents in many places." VARIOUS OF ATTENDEES LISTENING (SOUNDBITE) (English) REGIONAL REPRESENTATIVE FOR LEBANON FOR THE OFFICE OF THE UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR REFUGEES, NINETTE KELLEY, SAYING: "Current level, at current level of funding, we simply will not be able to meet the target that we have set with the ministry for over 172,000 children in school next year. We will be unable to be able to launch a polio vaccination campaign for all children in Lebanon under five, which affects over 1.5 million children, Lebanese and others. 800,000 children800,000 refugees will go without winter support, 30,000 people including Lebanese will remain without safe drinking water." ATTENDEES WATCHING VIDEO AT MEETING
Dateline: 2014

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110319389
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00:02:43
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