The current crisis in Syria has been going on for well over a year and the situation remains volatile and is in fact worsening over time.
Over 57,000 displaced Syrians are receiving protection and assistance in Lebanon through the efforts of the Government of Lebanon and UN and NGO partners.
The continuing unrest in Syria is resulting in a growing influx of Syrian refugees to Lebanon.
Since March 2011 and the continuously escalating crisis in Syria, Lebanon (along with Jordan, Iraq and Turkey) has been a refuge area for Syrian families fleeing the instability and violence in the
Severe weather struck the country this week, affecting Syrian refugees sheltered in the mountain region of Bekaa.
The general objective of the project is to contribute to mitigate the impact of the Syrian Crisis on the most vulnerable persons and their families - including Syrian injured refugees and other vul
This operational guidance note is anchored on the principles of universal health care for all persons of concern fleeing the ongoing conflict in Syria and in need of international protection in Leb
UNHCR’s Policy Development and Evaluation Service (PDES) is committed to the systematic examination and assessment of UNHCR policies, programmes, projects and practices.
The number of Syrian refugees registered in Lebanon has more than quadrupled over the past six months.
International Medical Corps Lebanon began providing services for Syrian refugees in September 2011 in North Lebanon.
Shifting Sands: Changing gender roles among refugees in Lebanon is new study published by ABAAD-Resource Center for Gender Equality and Oxfam GB.
The activities, presented in this brochure, are illustrative of UNDP – European Commission Humanitarian Aid Department (ECHO) funded interventions and support in restoring and preserving livelihood
This brochure highlights UNDP’s contribution in the Early Recovery process of the Palestinian and Lebanese populations who were affected by the Nahr El Bared crisis.