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  • View from the Lockdown: Children and youth's experience of COVID-19 in Lebanon

    Save the Children carried out a survey in Lebanon to understand children and youth’s perspectives during the current COVID-19 lockdown and restrictions introduced in response to the outbreak. The research asked 137 children and youth of different nationalities ...

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  • A Quick Guide: Community engagement during the COVID-19 pandemic in Lebanon

    Pandemics are unpredictable, yet reoccurring events, that can have severe consequences on health, social and economic well-being. They may cause social and economic disruption, threats to the continuity of essential services and reduced production, but ...

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  • Guidance on Home Quarantine and Isolation in Overcrowded Settings

    The first case of COVID-19 in Lebanon was recorded on 21 February 2020. Since then, more cases have been reported with history of travel or contact with confirmed cases with a travel history.  One of the strategies used to tackle the spread of the disease ...

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  • Special Considerations on the Separation of Children and of Adults Who Rely on a Caregiver From Their Caregiver Due to Corona Virus Disease COVID 19 in Quarantine, Isolation or Hospital

    Children and adults who need a caregiver should not be separated from their caregiver during the COVID-19 pandemic. In the case of quarantine or hospitalization, measures must be taken to prevent separation. It is also crucial to ensure that when separation ...

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  • “No, I Don’t”: Abolishing Child Marriage in Lebanon

    At first glance, child marriage appears less pervasive in Lebanon in comparison with other Middle Eastern states. Six percent of 20 to 24-year-old Lebanese women were married by the age of 18 as of 2009, as opposed to 18% across MENA. Nevertheless, this ...

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  • Migration, Displacement and Education: Building bridges, not walls

    No part of the world is currently affected by migration and displacement as much as the Arab States. Even though the region only accounts for five percent of the global population, it holds 32 percent of the global amount of refugees and 38 percent of ...

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  • Annual Report of the Secretary-General on Children and Armed Conflict (CAAC) 2018

    In 2018, killing and maiming of children reached record high levels since the creation of the monitoring and reporting mechanism on children and armed conflict. More than 24 000 grave violations against children were recorded by the United Nations in ...

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  • Return to Learning Midterm Report: Bekaa, Lebanon

    The Return to Learning (RtL) program includes six weeks of content, two days a week, in non-formal learning environments. RtL aims to support continuous learning for those affected by violence and conflict and decrease the gap in time between displacement ...

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  • The Localization of Aid in Jordan and Lebanon: Barriers and opportunities for women-led organizations

    Since the outbreak of the Syrian civil war in 2011, an enormous amount of people have fled their homes. Many countries have experienced a large influx of refugees, but Jordan and Lebanon are those who have the highest number of refugees in proportion ...

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  • Return to Learning Endline Report: Bekaa, Lebanon

    The Return to Learning (RtL) program includes six weeks of content, two days a week, in non-formal learning environments. RtL aims to support continuous learning for those affected by violence and conflict and decrease the gap in time between displacement ...

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  • Child Protection in Emergencies Professional Development Programme Case Study: Sara

    This document is a case study of a participant in the Child Protection in Emergencies Professional Development Programme. Sara Sannouh shares her experience from the development programme and how it has aided her in her role as Child Protection Senior ...

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  • Determining the Causes of Child Road Deaths and Injuries in Lebanon

    Road traffic injury (RTI) constitutes the leading cause of death and disability for individuals aged 5-29 years. Globally, road traffic injuries claimed the lives of 1.35 million people in 2016 with 50 million more injured or disabled. Like many Eastern ...

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  • Building Evidence to inform the Effective Use of CASH and Voucher Assistance in Emergency Sanitation and Hygiene Programming

    A collation of 5 case studies of utilization of CASH/Voucher Assistance are presented and analysed in the attempt of building evidence on their utilization in emergency WASH Sanitation and HP programming. Findings and Recommendations are provided following ...

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  • Monitoring Child Protection Within Humanitarian Cash Programmes

    This paper reviews different approaches to mainstreaming child protection concerns into humanitarian cash programming. It investigates the existing cash transfer monitoring practices in Jordan, Lebanon, Turkey, and Somalia and makes recommendations ...

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  • Ethical, Methodological, and Contextual Challenges in Research in Conflict Settings: The case of Syrian refugee children in Lebanon

    Research within conflict settings challenges the ethical assumptions of traditional research practice. The tensions between theory and practice were evident in a study of working children among Syrian refugee communities in Lebanon. While the study sought ...

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  • From Words to Action: Promoting gender equality and transformative action through the Grand Bargain

    This brief presents the key points from a global consultation organized by UN Women and the Grand Bargain Friends of Gender Group. The goal of the consultation was to enable dialogue among the Grand Bargain Facilitation Group, Workstream co-conveners, ...

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  • Psychosocial Wellbeing and Socio-Emotional Learning in the Syrian Refugee Response: Challenges and Opportunities

    With the growing recognition of the importance of holistic and child focused programming, psychosocial support (PSS) and social and emotional learning (SEL) programmes are increasing in number in crisis-affected contexts, not least in the humanitarian ...

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  • Disability Inclusion in Psychosocial Support Programs in Lebanon: Guidance for psychosocial support facilitators

    Disability Inclusion in Psychosocial Support Programs in Lebanon: Guidance for Psychosocial Support Facilitators  is designed to support PSS Facilitators to strengthen inclusion of children and adolescents with disabilities in a range of PSS activities, ...

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  • Youth Voices: Participatory action research with adolescents affected by the Syria crisis in Egypt and Lebanon

    This publication is the outcome of a participatory action research (PAR) project to provide evidence on the situation of Syrian and host community adolescent girls and boys in Egypt and Lebanon by enabling them to voice their concerns. The project was ...

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  • Promise to Practice: Following through on commitments to support the future of Syria and the region

    The conflict in Syria has created the largest displacement crisis in well over a generation, possibly since the second world war. Six million people remain displaced internally, more than five million are registered as refugees in neighbouring countries ...

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