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11/01/2019 - 3:58pm

Diakonia is a Swedish organisation for international development co-operation. We support more than 400 partner organisations in about 30 countries.Together with our partners we form a global network, working towards more people living a life in dignity.
Diakonia's goal is a fair and sustainable development in which living standards for the most vulnerable people are improved, and democracy, human rights and gender equality are respected. The starting point for this is the gospel with Jesus as the role model and, based on this, our policy.
Diakonia does not carry out any projects of its own, but supports local partners. As these organisations are already present and well established, the long term development work becomes more effective.
Diakonia's strength is our partner organisations. They work tirelessly according to their beliefs, through actions for a worthy future.
Everywhere on earth where there is poverty, injustice or violence there are people working for change. Diakonia's vision is that all people should live a satisfactory life and have the opportunity to exercise their civil and political rights, including secured livelihood, a peaceful living environment and knowledge to influence their situation.
Five themes are the basis of our policy
Our global work is divided into five themes, which together form the basis of our policy:

Socio-Economic Justice
Human Rights
Gender Equality
Conflict and Justice
Emergency Response and Disaster Resilience

Organisation Type: 
International Civil Society Organisation
Founding Year: 
Country of Origin: 
Intervention Sector(s): 
Human Rights & Protection
Contact person's position: 
Country Manager
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Contact person's phone number: 
ALAM Street Near MC Donalds Sami el Soloh
Beirut , Beirut
Phone: +9611390073
Fax: +9611390073
Beirut LB
ALAM Street
Near MC Donalds Sami el Soloh
Contact person's name: 
Jean Paul Chami



The Regional Office undertook a financial review as a part of following-up on funds in order to ensure that these funds are handled in accordance with the requirements in existing policies & agreements. The review assessed whether the management & financial systems are in order and shall provide recommendations for improvement. Based on this assessment, a capacity building plan is needed to enhance the efficiency & effectiveness of our partners, building skills, abilities to strengthen the organization, thus ensuring better compliance with donors requirements, the organization mission & vision

Thursday, 24 October 2019

Under the “Equitable Prevention and Response for Child Sex Trafficking” project Diakonia Lebanon Country Office will conduct a Baseline and endline study.

The baseline study aims to provide an information base against which to monitor and assess an activity’s progress and effectiveness during implementation and after completion of the project.

The endline study will be carried out to understand the impact of the project on beneficiaries and the community as well.

The consultant will develop the baseline and endline study based on the project logframe.

Wednesday, 14 March 2018


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Under the “Equitable Prevention and Response for Child Sex Trafficking” project, Diakonia Lebanon Country Office is seeking a consultant to conduct mid-term evaluation of the project. The project started on January 2018 and will end on June 2020; the evaluation will cover the period between January 2018 and March 2019.

Friday, 29 March 2019

Under the “Equitable Prevention and Response for Child Sex Trafficking” project, Diakonia Lebanon Country Office is seeking a consultant to develop Child Friendly Visual Materials. The consultant will review an existing used material and use it to develop visual materials. The duration of the video would be between 5-8 minutes based on the size of the materials. The material will be shared with the consultant after signing the contract.

Friday, 29 March 2019


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