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You may remember from the last annual report that STAAG, the St Andrews University student charity that organised St Andrews to Mongolia 2012, nominated FLOC as its charity for the year. The STAAG Team of University students did a rigorous canoe trip and raised more than £1000, which was made available to us this year. This allowed our first trip to Lebanon in April 2016 to help Syrian refugee children; more about that later in this issue…. This has been a...

Trip to Lebanon – April 2016

The aim of this trip was to network in Lebanon, identify the greatest needs of the refugee children and to see how FLOC might be able to help. Although it was a reconnaissance trip myself and the two wonderful volunteers Eileen Pickering (primary school teacher) and Lois Pickering her daughter (the photographer) were able to roll up our sleeves and get stuck in. We visited the Kings Kids Educational Centre for the first 4 days of our trip, which is connected...

Welcome and Introducing our New Trustees

The aim of this trip was to network in Lebanon, identify the greatest needs of the refugee children and to see how FLOC might be able to help. Although it was a reconnaissance trip myself and the two wonderful volunteers Eileen Pickering (primary school teacher) and Lois Pickering her daughter (the photographer) were able to roll up our sleeves and get stuck in.  Watch Full Movie Online Streaming Online and...

The Bekkaa Valley

On The Last few days of our trip we visited the Refugee camps in the Bekkaa Valley on the Syrian Border. This was an overwhelming experience as the people living there have had to flee for their lives, having experienced so much trauma and loss, to a place where they are now living in such poverty. They have uncertain futures and yet made us feel so welcome and extended such hospitality. We visited one camp established by an organisation called...