Lebanon

Area-based response to the emergency shelter, livelihoods and protection needs in Lebanon following the Beirut Port Explosion

Lebanon Humanitarian Action
September 2020
April 2021

The 8-month project aims to address the critical life-saving shelter, livelihoods and protection needs of the most at-risk Lebanese, Syrian, and migrant populations living in the affected areas of Beirut following the Port explosion; primarily Karantina, Bourj Hammoud, Mar Mikhael, Jeitawi/Rmeil.

A consortium led by ACTED in partnership with Arcenciel, Concern World Wide, INTERSOS and Lebrelief is proposing participatory and area-based assistance in the above neighborhoods in close coordination with other actors on the ground, aiming at:

1) Enabling the most at-risk individuals in communities affected by the explosion to live in safe and dignified conditions
2) Supporting these individuals in accessing specialized protection services. A total of at least 9,950 unique beneficiaries will benefit from the assistance
3) the action will contribute to livelihood recovery in blast-affected neighborhoods, to rebuild businesses and revive their capacity to operate

Current projects

Sustainability, income generation and job creation through the support of irrigation and water collection infrastructure in Lebanon (Phase IV)

Promote GEEW & prevent / respond 2 GBV incldg humanitarian

Enabling Social and Solidarity Initiatives in Agriculture and Agro-food in North-Lebanon and Akkar

Emergency response to Beyruth Explosion

Reconstruction of Beirut: Support from the Region and the Île-de-France Municipalities in the fields of Health, Housing and Heritage

The implementation of a WFP Asssistance programme

Area-based response to the emergency shelter, livelihoods and protection needs in Lebanon following the Beirut Port Explosion

Area-based response to the emergency shelter, livelihoods and protection needs in Lebanon following the Beirut Port Explosion

Emergency response to Beirut blast

Emergency response to Beyruth Explosion

Reducing the direct economic downturn impact on vulnerable communities in Lebanon

Supporting Women Refugees and Host Community Nationals to Respond to the Impact of the Syria Crisis through Economic Empowerment in the ICT Sector

Women’s Economic Empowerment and Participation in Lebanon (Bekaa Lebanon Governorate

Women’s Economic Empowerment and Participation in Lebanon

Sustainable drinking water supply for vulnerable communities

A more sustainable safe drinking water supply for vulnerable communities living in a more protected environment

Addressing the immediate emergency needs of the Beirut population affected by the Port explosion