Solidarités International

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04/02/2018 - 1:53pm

SOLIDARITES INTERNATIONAL is a humanitarian NGO which, for 35 years, has worked to meet the basic needs - water, food and shelter - of those affected by war, natural disaster or epidemics. Our teams are currently present in 19 countries, where they work to help the most vulnerable until they recover their livelihoods and their independence, enabling them to face the challenges of an uncertain future.
SOLIDARITÉS INTERNATIONAL has been involved in the humanitarian response to the Syrian crisis since late 2012, both in Syria and in neighboring Lebanon. In Lebanon, our teams work to improve the living conditions of populations affected by the Syrian conflict in the North (T5, Akkar) and the West (Bekaa) of the country.

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Organisation Type: 
International Civil Society Organisation
Founding Year: 
1980
Country of Origin: 
FR
Intervention Sector(s): 
Refugees
Relief Services
Shelter and Non-Food Items
Water sanitation and hygiene
Contact person's position: 
HR Coordinator
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Contact person's phone number: 
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Address: 
Abdul Mawla Chaar Street, (next to Carlos El Mandelek) Solidarités International also has offices in Tripoli, Halba and Zahle
Beirut , Beirut
Lebanon
Phone: +961
Beirut LB
City: 
Beirut
Street: 
Abdul Mawla Chaar Street, (next to Carlos El Mandelek)
Additional: 
Solidarités International also has offices in Tripoli, Halba and Zahle
Phone: 
+961
Website: 
Email: 
sirecruitlebanon@gmail.com
Contact person's name: 
HR coordinator
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Under the supervision of the Field officer, the Field Technician is in charge of the needs assessment, in Informal settlements of Syrian refugees and surrounding host communities.

Wednesday, 3 April 2019
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As the Syria Crisis is in its fifth year, humanitarian needs inside Syria and in neighboring countries continue to rise. Given the regional instability, the Lebanese political deadlock, and poverty, the population influx has put Lebanon under severe strain. As Lebanon has maintained an open border policy, and with more than 1,000,000 refugees registered with UNHCR, one out of five residents in the country is now a refugee. Due to the recent closure of the borders with Syria, no massive new comers’ influx has been reported in Lebanon since the end of 2014.

Thursday, 28 March 2019

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