A smile can help! After the explosion, the youth of Lebanon went to the streets to help themselves

On August 6, according to AFP, a violent explosion occurred in the port area of Beirut, the capital of Lebanon, on August 4. The next day, young volunteers in Lebanon poured into the streets to help the victims. One 26 year old said no one should sit at home because “even a smile helps now.”. < / P > < p > on August 5, hundreds of young people picked up their brooms and cleaned up the ruins near the bar in Beirut, Lebanon. The previous day, just a few hundred metres from Beirut’s port, an explosion destroyed the doors and windows of bars, restaurants and apartments in the Mar Mikhail block. < / P > < p > in the city, some civil defense workers inspect the building structure of houses, but the number is far less than the young volunteers who rush to the streets to help. According to reports, volunteers were divided into groups to actively clean up glass debris around the bombed buildings and put them into plastic bags, while others enthusiastically provided accommodation for the victims. “We are assigning people to the elderly with damaged houses and disabled families to help them find accommodation for the evening,” said Nasr, a 30-year-old volunteer Cities and towns across the country have said they are willing to accommodate Beirut families with damaged houses, and some religious schools will also be open to those in need of shelter, the report said. Soon, the problem of food supply was solved. Within hours, plastic tables were set up with donated water bottles, sandwiches and snacks. “I couldn’t help carry things, so we brought food, water, chocolate, and spiritual support,” says Rita fazley, 26 “I think everyone should come and help, especially young people,” said fazley. No one should be sitting at home – even a smile can help now. ”