For several months, Lebanon has been living at the mercy of power cuts by the state provider and rationing of private generators due to fuel shortages. Public electricity is only available between 0 and 2 hours a day, while diesel has been in short supply and at a very high cost.

No matter where you are – the elevator, the grocery store, the church – it’s only a matter of time until the power blinks off. It’s an unpredictable rhythm but expected nonetheless.

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