Two children paint in one of the workshops organized Tuesday. Photo by courtesy of War Child Holland.
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The session was intended to be for brainstorming on how to ensure support for Home of Hope in the future, since War Child Holland is cutting its financial support in the New Year.War Child Holland is no longer able to provide financial support because it is losing its funding for the Home of Hope from UNICEF, which is changing policy on the institutionalization of children.Home of Hope will still receive alternative support from War Child Holland and it continues to receive financial support from the Lebanese Social Affairs Ministry, the director said.
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