After Palestinians were pushed out of their homes in 1948, many fled to Syria. With the civil war raging in Syria, many are again on the move, especially to Lebanon. Over 90 percent of these Palestinian refugees have no income and are dependent on the help of other poor refugees. They live in very crowded and often dilapidated housing. Health-care providers are overwhelmed by this influx. Many of the children aren’t able to go to school, since schools in Lebanon use French and English instead of Arabic (ANERA Reports, April).