Between 2011 and 2013, the Lebanese population increased by 30% due to the influx of Syrian refugees.
This cross sectional survey was conducted among Syrian refugees living in Lebanon, to monitor access to and utilization of key health services.
This study sought to characterize the physical and emotional conditions, dietary habits, coping practices, and living conditions of this elderly population arriving in Lebanon between March 2011 an
MSF’s objective in carrying out this study was to better understand the conditions facing Syrian refugees living in Lebanon.
This report focuses on the consequences for Syrian refugees in Lebanon of not being able to access adequate health care.
In most Arab countries, family matters including Domestic Violence continue to be handled by religious courts as civil legislation does not criminalise acts of violence within the family.
Policy Brief | August 2014
Jeanne d’Arc Street; A Model Pedestrian-Friendly Street for all of Beirut by Cynthia Myntti and
Research and Policy Memo #10 | May 2011
Climate Change and Health Research in the Eastern Mediterranean Region (EMR)Rima R. Habib
IFI Research and Policy Memo #1 | April 2010
The Transnational Tobacco Industry Effectively Hampers Tobacco Control Policy-Making in LebanonRima Nakkash
This report aims to explore the fragmented organisation of healthcare services in Lebanon, for Syrian refugees.
Since the uprising in Syria in March 2011, over 4.3 million Syrians have fled to neighboring countries.
This essay proposes to re-orient feminist debates on epistemology towards the care-security nexus as a pathway that can plausibly provide an integral understanding of a human-centred and eco-minded
يوجد في لبنان 21 سجنا وأربعة من هذه السجون مخصصة للنساء. و هناك سجنان اضافيان للأحداث. انّ الكشف النفسي و الرعاية الصحية النفسية غائبان في السجون اللبنانية.
Lebanon has a total of 212 prisons, out of which 4 are specific to women. And there are 2 additional prisons dedicated to minors.
This document represents the strategic plan of the Middle East and North Africa Harm Reduction Association,MENAHRA, for the period of July 2014 till December 2019.
UNHCR, coordinating the operations in the North along side with the HRC (High Relief Commission) and DRC as its main implementing partner, requested from DRC to conduct a first rapid assessment in
This report will summarize the findings of the: (1) Training Needs Questionnaire, (2) The Pre Post- Test, and (3) the Training Evaluation.