Money is ‘insufficient’, and situation is deteriorating, NGO reps say.
World Vision Canada Photo
Syrian refugee children playing in the shell of a half-finished building in the southern Lebanese city of Saida. More than 700 people live in this building with no running water or electricity, World Vision Canada says.
Ally Foster Published: Wednesday, 10/02/2013 12:00 am EDT
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