Child Protection

Tuesday 9 December 2014

Opening: Dekwane Youth Center

Save the Children’s Beirut field office has opened its third and final youth center on Thursday the 30th of October in Dekwane, under the Japan Platform (JPF) fund. The project is being implemented in six communities: three in Bekaa, and three in Beirut.

The centers target adolescents and youth aged between 14 and 24 from both refugee and host communities. The aim of the project is to strengthen relationships between Lebanese youth and Syrian, Palestinian and Iraqi refugee adolescents.

Friday 8 August 2014

Home-Based Skills Development

Meet some of the women who have benefitted from Save the Children's innovative livelihoods programme.

Tuesday 5 August 2014

“Don’t I have a right to play?”

Syrian children become their own advocates on World Refugee Day

Thursday 31 July 2014

“I wish the world would hear us"

Syrian children pen poems and stage puppet show to highlight their experiences on World Refugee Day

Thursday 30 January 2014

Pledge to protect children must be Geneva II priority

Save the Children and other leading humanitarian agencies have published an open letter today [Tuesday 21st Jan], calling on the parties meeting in Switzerland for Syria talks to urgently focus on the plight of children.