Emergency response to Beirut Explosion

Lebanon Humanitarian Action
August 2020
June 2021

This 11 month project is an emergency response to the explosion that took place in Beirut the 4th of August 2020. ACTED’ teams will aim to address the most pressing needs of affected populations, which notably include shelter, food, protection needs, and access to basic services.

Current projects

Promote GEEW & prevent / respond 2 GBV incldg humanitarian

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

Alliance2015 Food Security Value Chain Assessment

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

Emergency shelter assistance to the Beirut population affected by the explosion

Emergency response to Beirut blast

Emergency response to Beyruth Explosion

Reducing the direct economic downturn impact on vulnerable communities in Lebanon

Increasing women involvement in The Employment Intensive Infrastructure Programme in Lebanon

Mitigation and Response to Gender-Based Violence and Enhancing Access to Reproductive Health Services in vulnerable neighbourhoods of Tripoli and Beirut

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

Build the resilience of conflicted affected displaced and hosting vulnerable women and girls in Tripoli, Lebanon

Resilient Education: Educational infrastructure and services for the communities of Beirut and Mount Lebanon

Sustainable drinking water supply for vulnerable communities

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

Support improved provision of basic social and health services through local capacity building in Lebanon and Iraqi Kurdistan

Towards an active participation of civil society in the reform process

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