This report presents findings from a survey conducted from 3-11 July, 2017 with three distinct refugee groups in Lebanon: Syrian refugees; Palestine refugees from Syria; and Palestine refugees from
This working paper seeks to document and analyse collaboration mechanisms between local authorities and humanitarian actors in addressing the Syrian refugee crisis in urban and peri-urban settings
The entry of Syrian refugees into Lebanon and Jordan has resulted in unprecedented social and economic challenges to both countries.
Since the Syrian conflict began in 2011, 11 million people have been internally displaced or have fled to neighboring states.
The private sector has long been a major contributor to humanitarian action. At the community level, businesses frequently use their materials and resources to aid people affected by crises.
The humanitarian aid system is growing and expanding, and so surely its capacity to meet these challenges should also be growing.
This report will provide a description of the assessment conducted by IMC’s Mental Health and Psychosocial team in the region of Wadi Khaled following the displacement of Syrians into the northern
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.
Disability & Vulnerability Focal Point (DVFP) have been developed based on the observation that one of the greatest difficulties following a crisis is not only to identify and to access to vuln
This thematic report provides an overview of available lessons identified from assessments undertaken concerning the humanitarian situation in Syria as well as the situation for Syrian refugees in
As a service-providing organization, CLMC hopes that this study will translate into action.
A one year retrospective report highlighting UNDP’s participation in Lebanon’s recovery in the aftermath of the July 2006 aggression.