Norwegian Refugee Council

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NRC provides humanitarian aid to refugees from Syria, Palestine, and vulnerable Lebanese communities. This assistance includes education, shelter, community management and coordination, water and sanitation, and information, counselling and legal assistance services. NRC also engages in advocacy with governments and donors to expand and safeguard refugee rights and protection.
NRC has worked in Lebanon since 2006 and has offices located in Beirut, Tyre, Tal Abbas and Zahle. Because refugees in Lebanon live side-by-side with the Lebanese, we also work to serve the local communities hosting displaced people.
With an estimated 1.5 million Syrian refugees, Lebanon has the highest number of refugees per capita in the world. Lebanon was host to an estimated 278,000 refugees from Palestine before the Syria crisis, and is now hosting an additional 32,000 Palestine refugees from Syria. This has created an extraordinary strain on Lebanon's infrastructure and public services. With the Syria conflict ongoing, this crisis continues to require substantial international aid and investment.
Areas of intervention:
EDUCATION:
There are an estimated 490,000 school-aged Syrian refugee children currently in Lebanon. NRC works to support students' access to schooling, create non-formal education opportunities (such as catch-up classes), train teachers and provide vocational and language training. NRC also provides services in Palestine refugee camps.

ICLA:
Information, Counselling, and Legal Assistance services help refugees to access support including documentation of residence, marriage and birth registration, and navigating the legal and courts systems. ICLA teams also conduct outreach to raise refugees1 awareness of how to access services and fulfill their rights in Lebanon.

SHELTER:
NRC works to ensure that people affected by displacement have access to adequate shelter. NRC's shelter programme includes emergency shelter, transitional shelter through the Occupancy Free of Charge programme, work towards longer term housing solutions for Palestine refugees, and infrastructure support to communities, including schools.

WASH:
Water Sanitation and Hygiene programming seeks to reduce mortality and morbidity, increase the protection of household economies, and environmental sustainability through the provision of safe water supplies, sanitation facilities and services, and improved hygiene practices. NRC's Community Support Projects extend WASH services to Lebanese host communities.

 

اختصار: 
NRC
نوع المنظمة: 
منظمة مجتمع مدني عالمية
سنة التأسيس: 
2006
بلد المنشأ: 
NO
قطاع(ات) التدخل: 
التعليم
اللاجئين
إعادة تأهيل
المأوى والمواد غير الغذائية
نظافة المياه والصرف الصحي
منصب الشخص المسؤول: 
Recruitment Technical Officer
البريد الالكتروني للشخص المسؤول: 
Contact person's phone number: 
N/A
العنوان: 
Weavers Center, 10th Floor
Clemenceau
Beirut , Beirut
Lebanon
الهاتف: +961 1 366 113(4)(5)
Beirut LB
City: 
Beirut
Street: 
Clemenceau
Phone: 
+961 1 366 113(4)(5)
Website: 
اسم الشخص المسؤول: 
Halah Al Banna
Partnerships: 
N/A

موارد

مورد

In December 2013, NRC launched a report entitled ‘The Consequences of Limited Legal Status for Syrian Refugees in Lebanon: NRC Field Assessment in Aarsal and Wadi Khaled’ (Part One) based on the findings of an assessment that NRC conducted between

مورد

This Regional Analysis of the Syria Conflict (RAS) is an update of the April RAS.

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وظائف

وظيفة

 تولي مسؤولية تخطيط وتدريب دورات الحدادة للمستوى التعليمي الأساسي و المستوى التطبيقي معاً

الاثنين, 25 نوفمبر 2019
وظيفة

The Protection Manager will be based in Lebanon, Beirut to ensure minimum protection standards and core humanitarian principles are institutionalised and integrated within all consortium activities.

الخميس, 28 نوفمبر 2019

مشاريع

مشروع

REGIONAL ANALYSIS SYRIA

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30 May 2013

Overview

This Regional Analysis of the Syria Conflict (RAS) is an update of the April RAS....

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