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
28 refugee households were surveyed, which represented a total of 501 refugees, 48% male and 52% female, which is approximately 11% of the Syrian refugee population in North Bekaa.
As of the end of April 2012, the number of Syrian families displaced in the Bekaa has increased to 2,800 households.
The human rights situation in the Syrian Arab Republic has deteriorated significantly since November 2011, causing further suffering to the Syrian people.
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
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 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
Swiss Solidar undertook a multi-sectoral needs assessment in August 2013 to assess the humanitarian needs of Syrian refugees residing in Nabatieh and Jezzine Districts in Southern Lebanon.1 Prior t
Swiss Solidar undertook a multi-sectoral needs assessment in August 2013 to assess the humanitarian needs of Syrian refugees residing in Nabatieh and Jezzine Districts in Southern Lebanon.
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
The report assesses the progress made in the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) based on new national data which was formulated after the first MDGR that was published in 2003.
This paper was produced by ANND and Christian Aid and contains five main sections: “Executive Summary: a crisis of multiple dimensions; the threat of explosive vulnerabilities and increasing insecu