In Ein El-Hilweh refugee camp, home to 75.000 Palestinians. Mother Hannan with some of her 6 children in the alley outside her front door. They live in a two room flat, the father Ali sells watermellons in the street. Most of the children receive psychosocial help to relieve them from stress and Naba'a's psychologist Rouda Ismael has been visiting them for years. With her help 15 year old Muhammed can now walk and Doaa can now speak. Developmental Action Without Borders(Naba'a) work in Palestinian refugee camps across Lebanon to help children in the camps. The camps are densely over-crowded and many of the children are 4th generation refugees living in Lebanon with no citizenship or rights and under immense pressure. Naba'a is a mix of Palestinians and Lebanese and aim to give children a sense of security and freedom to express their needs and rights.Naba'a operates in communities governed by a multitude of political parties and religious groups and Naba'a keeps a strict independed line from any affiliation with any groups.