Joseph Al Ghafary

Joseph El-Ghafari, Lebanese, born in 1964, had his right leg amputated following the explosion at the port of Beirut. He still suffers from an untreated shoulder fracture, and he cannot afford the high treatment costs.

Minerva Nassour

Minerva Nassour is a Lebanese housewife born in 1957. On August 4, 2020, she was with her husband at Saint George Hospital when the explosion happened; she was severely injured and entered a coma for ten full days. She suffered from face deformation, and her shoulder fracture was fixed with hardware surgery. She is also facing difficulties using two of her fingers.

Mirna Habouch

Mirna Habbouch, Lebanese, born in 1984, was in the Karantina neighborhood at the time of the explosion on August 4, 2020. She lost vision in one eye, broke her hand, and sustained damage to her fingers. She underwent seven surgeries, but she still needs a cornea transplant and two other surgeries she postponed because of her difficult economic conditions, especially since she cannot work for more than two hours a day.

Souad Bared

Souad Bared, a Lebanese housewife born in 1929, is in urgent need of help. She sustained multiple fractures in the port explosion, weakening her body and requiring intensive hospital care. Today, despite the fact that she can move around with the support of a walker, it is impossible for her to perform house chores like she used to, and relies on other people’s support to cater to her basic needs.

Walid Nahas

Walid Nahas, a Lebanese painter born in 1937, he sustained an eye injury and lost his eyesight in the August 4 explosion in the port of Beirut while he was in front of his home in Noueiri in Beirut. He is currently unemployed, and he is undergoing long-term treatment.

Maria-Pia Abou Sleiman

Out of respect for the wishes of the victim’s families, these pages will remain bright, but we insist to keep their places for them, hoping that these pages will be filled by their stories one day.

Majida Saade Kassab

On August 4, 2020, Majida was with her sick mother at Saint George University Hospital. She was standing by the window when warehouse number 12 exploded, and she was hit by the glass and severely injured her head. He husband and daughter rushed to the hospital and walked up the stairs to find out that she had passed away.

Marie Farhat

On August 4, 2020, 80-year-old Marie was a patient at Saint George University Hospital, which was severely damaged in the blast. Her room’s ceiling fell over her head and killed her instantly.

Malak Bazaza

On August 4, 2020, Malak, a mother of two, was with her husband and other family members, including her mother, brother, and sister, at Loris restaurant in Mar Mikhayel. When the explosion happened, she was pushed from her seat; Malak was found dead the next day.

Lisa Hagop Kawoukjian

On August 4, 2020, Lisa was home with her family in Rmeil. They heard fireworks sounds coming from the port and her husband and son went to the roof to see what happened. When they heard the first explosion they tried to hide, but the second explosion pushed them all off the ground and Lisa sustained a severe head injury and started bleeding from her nose. She was evacuated to the hospital, but she unfortunately passed away.