The Rene Moawad Foundation, UNHCR and the municipality of Takrit celebrate the conclusion of a waste collection project on Dec. 27, 2017 (The Daily Star/Antoine Amrieh)
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The Rene Moawad Foundation and the the United Nations' refugee agency Wednesday celebrated the conclusion of two water sanitation and hygiene assistance projects in north Lebanon.A waste collection project in the Takrit municipality of Akkar saw the installation of a mechanism that collects and transports waste from the town to landfills on its outskirts. This program helped more than 17,000 Lebanese people and 2,500 Syrians who previously had to burn their waste or dump it in Takrit.
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