From Lebanon to Italy to start over

As the saying goes, “When elephants fight, it is the grass that suffers.” That is, civilians are the ones who suffer the effects of wars and are then trapped in refugee camps. Thanks to these humanitarian corridors, promoted by The Federation of Evangelical Churches in Italy and the community of Sant’Egidio, about 1,000 people have started a new life in Italy in the last two years.

In this article, a doctor from a team in Lebanon explains his work and the process of selecting the candidates who will benefit from these corridors.