|PRESS RELEASE: More than half a million children in Beirut||The collapsing Lebanese economy has pushed more than half a million children in Beirut into a struggle for survival or even hunger, a new analysis by Save the Children showed today. Their families cannot afford the basic food, electricity, cooking fuel, hygiene and water needed to survive.||30/07/2020||184KB|
|بيان صحفي: أكثر من نصف مليون طفلٍ في بيروت مهددون ||في بيروت الكبرى يعيش 910,000 شخصًا منهم 564,000 طفلاً وطفلةً مهددين بالوصول تحت خط البقاء على قيد الحياة. لذلك تعتبر جمعية إنقاذ الطفل أن هذه الأرقام قد تكون مؤشرات أوليّة لأزمة أكبر تجعل العائلات في جميع أنحاء لبنان تكافح للتأقلم مع ارتفاع أسعار المواد الغذائيّة، والإيجار، والاحتياجات الأساسيّة الأخرى.||30/07/2020||129KB|
|Hosting Refugees- Occupancy Free of Charge Shelter||This report provides a substantial review and assessment of the OFC modality in Lebanon, based on data and key information collected from focus group discussions with current and previous OFC households and interviews conducted with landlords and local authorities specifically in three geographic areas: Amayer (Akkar), Bar Elias (Bekaa) and Minie (North). ||27/03/2020||10MB|
|Determining the Causes of Child Road Deaths and Injuries||An estimated 3,270 cases of child road injuries and deaths were captured from police reports and retrospective hospital patient records through a review of 30 emergency departments across Lebanon for injured patients during the period of time from 2015 to 2017.||05/09/2019||2MB|
|Bullying in Lebanon- Save the Children's study- EN||To shed light on what had been an overlooked problem, Save the Children commissioned a national research on the subject of bullying. The study, Bullying in Lebanon, revealed that one in two children have been bullied at some point in their lives, a reality coupled with the fact that only 27 per cent of parents are aware of such incidents. Full study in English.||02/05/2019||3MB|
|Sharing a word with their world- Arabic||Save the Children media and communications work in Lebanon.
|Sharing a word with their world||Save the Children Lebanon media and communications work in Lebanon.
|Save the Children Annual Report- 2017 Arabic||Save the Children Lebanon Annual Report 2017.
|Dangerous Ground 2018- Arabic||Hundreds of thousands of refugees are at risk of being pushed to return to Syria in 2018, despite ongoing violence, bombing and shelling that are endangering the lives of civilians. ||05/02/2018||3MB|
|Dangerous Ground 2018- English||Hundreds of thousands of refugees are at risk of being pushed to return to Syria in 2018, despite ongoing violence, bombing and shelling that are endangering the lives of civilians.||05/02/2018||1MB|