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application/pdfوجهات نظر عن الإغلاق الكاملوجهات نظر عن الإغلاق الكامل29/05/2020186KB
application/pdfViews from the LockdownChildren and youth's experience of COVID-19 in Lebanon: a survey by Save the Children.29/05/2020280KB
application/pdfChild labour policy brief: Covid and economic crisis impactWhile child labour may logically decrease in the short term due to government lockdown, families living on the edge will plunge further into poverty, likely leading to an increase in child labour – including Worst Forms of Child Labour – in the medium to longer term.09/04/2020817KB
application/pdfHosting Refugees- Occupancy Free of Charge ShelterThis 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). 27/03/202010MB
application/pdfDetermining the Causes of Child Road Deaths and InjuriesAn 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 2017.05/09/20192MB
application/pdfAdvisory - Tips While DrivingSome life-saving tips while driving prepared by Save the Children's Safety and Security Department.02/05/2019992KB
application/pdfBullying in Lebanon- Save the Children's study- ENTo 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.02/05/20193MB
application/pdfYouth Labour Market Assessment A Labour Market Assessment by Save the Children to identify employment opportunities for Palestinian, Syrian, and Lebanese youth aged 14 to 19 in five target areas. The objective of this assessment was to collect robust data on job opportunities for youth, barriers to labour market entry, and recruitment practices in the target regions. The02/05/20191MB
application/pdfBullying in Lebanon- report summary- ArabicOne in two children in Lebanon have been bullied at some point in their life, a new nationwide study by Save the Children has revealed. A national survey has highlighted a massive underreported bullying issue in Lebanon, where children develop anxiety and even drop out of school as a result of being subjected to different forms of violence in their learning and community surroundings. 29/10/20185MB
application/pdfBullying in Lebanon- report summaryOne in two children in Lebanon have been bullied at some point in their life, a new nationwide study by Save the Children has revealed. A national survey has highlighted a massive underreported bullying issue in Lebanon, where children develop anxiety and even drop out of school as a result of being subjected to different forms of violence in their learning and community surroundings. 29/10/20185MB
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