Heavy snowfall, rainfall and flooding have battered Syrian refugee camps in north-eastern Lebanon, further displacing many camp residents.
Now that the border between Jordan and Syria has been reopened, Syrian refugees are contemplating whether it is safe to return.
Leading political, religious and media figures are calling for a national policy that will address the refugee crisis and ensure the safe return of refugees to Syria.
Journalists from major European newspapers recently toured humanitarian, educational and health projects funded by the EU.
Participants at a recent forum in Beirut discussed ways to combat fatigue and build resilience in Syrian refugee and host communities.
Many Syrian refugee women have put their cooking skills to use in catering business in their homes.
A new report analyses global policies on the education of refugees and migrants, and commends Lebanon's efforts in aiding Syrian students.
The 1,700 informal camps in northern Lebanon and the Bekaa Valley have had environmental, housing and social repercussions.
A recent report has said that despite the facilities provided by the kingdom, many Syrians do not know how to apply for a permit or that they can get it free of charge.
Refugees in camps in the Bekaa Valley fear the arrival of colder temperatures and winter storms as they are ill-prepared for the harsh conditions and additional costs that winter brings.