An Assessment report conducted in February 2013 about the needs of Syrian refugees in New Damietta and the available capacity in the city. The report covers issues related to protection, education, livelihood, and health.
United Nations Children's Fund - Lebanon (UNICEF Lebanon)
UNICEF has been in Lebanon for over 60 years and has extensive experience working with the government both at the national and the local level. With an equity based approach, UNICEF’s programs and policies seek to understand and address the root causes of inequity so that all children, particularly those who suffer the worst deprivations in society, have access to services necessary for their survival, growth and development. As a response to the influx of Syrian refugees, UNICEF is providing essential emergency services in Child Protection, Education and WASH in the North and the Bekaa valley. The response is implemented with an inclusive and peace building approach, targeting the most vulnerable boys and girls, all in close collaboration with local municipalities and stakeholders in order to build their capacity and improve children’s services. UNICEF is partnering with the Ministry of Education and Higher Education (MoEHE) and the Ministry of Social affairs (MoSA), as well with sister UN agencies and International and local NGOs.
The aim of the training is to help partners to develop and deliver high
quality HP training to their implementing partners/ community mobilisers/
animators, to improve community mobilisation and the delivery of hygiene
promotion activities to beneficiaries
*Potential candidates must complete the attached questionnaire and return
it to firstname.lastname@example.org, cc email@example.com by Tuesday 29th October.*
This report is the result of collaboration between World Food Programme (WFP), United Nations
High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) and UNICEF. The Vulnerability Assessment for Syrian
Refugees (VASyR) team in Lebanon team is grateful to ECHO for its generous contribution that
fully funded the assessment. The team is also grateful to the 1,422 households who gave their
time to answer questions and provide invaluable information for this research.