Lebanon

Cash assistance to address the immediate food and basic needs of Lebanese and migrants most severely impacted by the economic crisis

Lebanon Humanitarian Action
August 2022
July 2023

This 12-month programme will provide area-based and punctual assistance to 7,500 individuals (Lebanese and migrant community) most in need in the Governorates of Akkar and Beirut Mount Lebanon (BML), as well as the urban areas of Tripoli (North Governorate). Targeting an estimated 4,125 women and girls and 3,375 men and boys, ACTED will provide: a) cash-based assistance for acute food needs of 7,500 vulnerable individuals; b) cash-based assistance for basic needs (in the form of multipurpose cash assistance - MPCA) of the same 7,500 individuals (disbursed at the household (HH) level to 2,000 vulnerable households).

Current projects

Cash assistance to address the immediate food and basic needs of Lebanese and migrants most severely impacted by the economic crisis

Pillar 2 and 3: Localized and more accountable, inclusive and coordinated humanitarian response across pockets of vulnerability across Baalbek and a second location to be identified

Enable a more accountable, evidence-based and inclusive response : Multi-sectorial Needs Assessment Phase II Support for Evidence-Based Aid Planning and Delivery in Lebanon 2022

Support in the implementation of a community-based awareness campaign Solid Waste Management

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