With the highest per capita population of refugees in the world, Lebanon continues to experience a strain on social services, infrastructure, and employment. Since 2019, more than half of the Lebanese population has been estimated to live below the national poverty line. Many Syrian and Iraqi children, including vulnerable Lebanese children, have a background of distress and war, and neglect and abuse. In this unstable environment, BYCM has been working diligently to improve the lives of vulnerable children by fulfilling their spiritual needs and further providing care for their physical and emotional needs. In partnership with CBM, BYCM counters prevalent negative messages and environments. With the help of volunteers from local churches, this program offers an opportunity for participants to be children again as they play, learn and build relationships in a positive environment.