Syrian Refugees in Lebanon

Multisectorial Assessment Report Bekaa Valley, Lebanon

Over 57,000 displaced Syrians are receiving protection and assistance in Lebanon through the efforts of the Government of Lebanon and UN and NGO partners. Of this number, 42,947 are registered, with an additional 14,952 people having been in contact with UNHCR to be registered2. A total of 17,827 Syrians (3,846 families) have been registered with UNHCR in the Bekaa. Half of the populations of refugees are minors and most of them are accommodated by host families or rent some accommodation.

Multisectorial Assessment Report Bekaa Valley, Lebanon

Over 57,000 displaced Syrians are receiving protection and assistance in Lebanon through the efforts of the Government of Lebanon and UN and NGO partners. Of this number, 42,947 are registered, with an additional 14,952 people having been in contact with UNHCR to be registered2. A total of 17,827 Syrians (3,846 families) have been registered with UNHCR in the Bekaa. Half of the populations of refugees are minors and most of them are accommodated by host families or rent some accommodation.

Post – Distribution Monitoring report

The PDM consisted of conducting household surveys with beneficiaries who received Non-Food Items (NFIs in the form of hygiene kits) and food vouchers as part of WVL's Syrian refugee response in the Bekaa. On total, 110 participants representing 600 beneficiaries were interviewed, the sample consisting of 5.5% of the total number of beneficiaries receiving aid as per beneficiaries’ lists for the month of August. A random sample was chosen in each area of operation (Saadnayel, MajdelAnjar, Kab Elias, Zahle and surroundings).

Assessment of Reproductive Health and Gender-Based Violence among Displaced Syrian Women in Lebanon

This study, supported by UNFPA, assessed the reproductive health and gender-based violence among displaced Syrian women in Lebanon between July and September 2012. The study included three focus groups, located in Irsal, Baalbek and Wadi Khaled, to which researchers distributed a questionnaire regarding demographics, displacement history, living conditions, health, reproductive health, pregnancy, violence, response and mental health. Concerning daily living needs, shortage of water and power were common, as were household utensils and appliances.

AMEL response to urgent needs of Syrian refugees in Lebanon

The continuing unrest in Syria is resulting in a growing influx of Syrian refugees to Lebanon. The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees has registered over 57,000 Syrian refugees in Lebanon (September 7, 2012) while many refugees are awaiting registration. Many Syrian refugees in Lebanon have found shelter with family members or through migration networks. Both Syrian refugees and Lebanese communities face increasing needs in childcare and education, medical and psychological care and daily basic commodities.

I O M Emergency Needs Assessments

Since March 2012, several towns and villages in the North, the Bekaa and the South started receiving Lebanese families who fled Syria, against the backdrop of sectarian conflicts. Most of those families left their hometown decades ago and got Syrian citizenship. Municipalities and political parties embraced this flow and started providing ad hoc support

WASH ASSESSMENT REPORT FOR NORTH AND SOUTH LEBANON

Since Syria’s Arab Spring events began in March 2011, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights estimates that the death toll has surpassed 21,000 people, mostly civilians, who have been killed in unrelenting violence in certain areas of the country1. As a result, many Syrians have fled to the neighboring countries of Turkey, Jordan, Lebanon, and Iraq with 227,273 individuals registered by the UNHCR as of September 28, with 56,225 in Lebanon2.

Première Urgence - Aide Médicale Internationale Rapid Assessment Report October 2012

Since March 2011 and the continuously escalating crisis in Syria, Lebanon (along with Jordan, Iraq and Turkey) has been a refuge area for Syrian families fleeing the instability and violence in their country. The majority of registered (or awaiting registration) refugees are currently split between the North and Bekaa governorates with high concentration in Akkar, Tripoli, Aarsal...

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