On a sunny Wednesday morning our team drives along the winding, narrow road to Ketermaya, in the Mount Lebanon area, south of Beirut. We are visiting Syrian families, participants in a LCC cash assistance program. Arriving at a small sub-standard shelter, we are met by Mahmoud, a man in his early 70s, who welcomes us into the home he shares with his wife, Wafaa, and their youngest daughter, Nawal. Three years ago, when the security situation radically deteriorated in Homs, in western Syria, the family fled to Lebanon to escape the war. “We could not stay. There was no safety.