Oxfam Gb

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14/10/2021 - 1:33pm

To work with others to find lasting solutions to poverty and suffering
Oxfam has been working in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region for over five decades and over the past four decades it has been promoting gender equality and supporting women’s right to participate and be represented in governance and decision-making structures and processes.
Oxfam has been working in Lebanon since 2006. Oxfam has a regional Gender Justice Hub that administers a regional gender justice programme and a Lebanon programme working on Water and Sanitation activities, Protection and Emergency Food and Sustainable Livelihoods programmes. Oxfam works with local Lebanese non-governmental organisations and local municipalities. 

Organisation Type: 
International Civil Society Organisation
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Intervention Sector(s): 
Advocacy & Awareness
Gender issues
Good governance and transparency
Labor & Livelihoods
Water sanitation and hygiene
Women Status & Issues
Contact person's position: 
Senior HR Officer
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Contact person's phone number: 
Sodeco Sodeco Square Building, Bloc B, 1st and 2nd Floor
Beirut , Beirut
Phone: +9611611823/4/5
Beirut LB
Sodeco Square Building, Bloc B, 1st and 2nd Floor
Contact person's name: 
Betty Gdanian



Oxfam in Lebanon (OiL) is planning a national gender analysis that explores the major needs, relationships, and differences between men and women in OiL’s areas of intervention, their access to resources, their activities, and the challenges they face relative to each other. The analysis will look into several areas of focus, including livelihood, employment, security and access to services and rights including SRHR with the aim of determining common issues and threats and drafting recommendations to discuss, develop, and inform mitigation and response plans.

Sunday, 28 April 2024
To event remaining 11 days

- Illustrate the connection between inequality and climate change in the MENA region by highlighting disparities in emissions and climate impacts on marginalized groups.
- Examine how austerity policies impede climate investments for adaptation and mitigation, resulting in underfunded public services and the lack of climate-resilient infrastructure
- Generate killer-facts and statistics on inequalities of emissions, fiscal resources, and public expenditure to showcase the losses resulting from the absence of adequate policies.
- Show the gendered impact of climate injustice, especially tho

Sunday, 21 April 2024
To event remaining 4 days



Oxfam GB commissioned the pilot study discussed in this report in order to understand further the context that shapes men’s gender roles and affects their behaviours, practices, and attitudes towards gender equality, with an explicit focus on VAW.

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The purpose of the position of Programme Coordinator is to operationalise Oxfam’s vision for Lebanon, leading on the integration of sectors of humanitarian and development work, ensuring programme quality, community participation, good partnership relations and coordination. The position is accountable for all the programmatic, management, program development, influencing and partnership aspects of programmes in Bekaa. As a key role within the Oxfam Lebanon Country programme, the position will be based in Zahle, with regular travel to programme sites. He/she will oversee effective management a

Thursday, 4 April 2024

The Economic Justice Advisor provides timely and high-quality technical support to Oxfam and partner teams in Lebanon on all matters related to economic justice. S/he promotes programme learning and continuous improvement of programme quality and effectiveness, strengthened accountability, and supports the production of evidence from programmes underpinning effective advocacy and campaigns. In addition, she/he supports in identifying scaling up opportunities and new project ideas in line with economic needs on the ground, and in consultation with program teams.

Thursday, 4 April 2024


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