Food Security and Livelihoods

Women and youth in Bekaa valley and in Tripoli and Akkar benefit from the Home-Based Skills Development Programme (HBSD) through trainings on livelihoods activities, life skills, entrepreneurship and production and marketing.

Save the Children also provides equipment and raw material needed to start up income-generating activities.

Leading the Lebanon Cash Consortium- a consortium of NGOs on cash assistance- Save the Children provides unconditional cash instalments to households to address their basic household needs.


Finally, Save the Children recruits labourers through community-led support projects as part of casual labour initiative which aims to increase access to services and improve community assets in order to improve living conditions and maintain social stability.