Victoria Stanski Victoria Stanski, Director of Programs Victoria Stanski’s stories Lebanon, Syria: Meeting urgent needs of new Syrian refugees February 7, 2014 Getting critical supplies to families who have recently crossed the border is a key part of our work in Lebanon. Watch a video of our latest distribution. Yemen: Beyond protests, a country working to thrive September 16, 2012 Yemen does not have a movie theater and only 11% of the population has access to the Internet. Nonetheless, “Innocence of Muslims,” the now notorious film that mocks Prophet Muhammad, generated violent protests in the capital of Sana’a this week. Yemen: Protecting children in the crossfire August 9, 2012 Seven-year-old Hadiel looked forward to starting first grade last year at Nusaybah school, in the heart of Yemen’s capital of Sana’a. But the presence of heavily armed soldiers and certainty of violence kept her home. Yemen: A fresh coat of paint can make all the difference April 26, 2012 Yemen’s youth are demanding change across the country on a large scale, but I’ve also seen them bring it in their communities one improvement at a time. Yemen: Humanitarian needs demand urgent attention April 1, 2012 After last year's revolution, Yemen is not only navigating a challenging political transition, but also faces an acute humanitarian crisis that threatens the lives of millions of residents. Yemen: Assessing needs in Yemen December 28, 2011 Veteran aid workers Richard Jaquot and Mugur Dumitrache recently visited Yemen to assess the prospects for helping supply water, provide work opportunities, and support the psychosocial needs of communities impacted by the country's mulitple crises.