Lebanon Emergency Market Mapping and Analysis (EMMA)

The EMMA assessment approach focuses analysis on specific on key critical market systems in the North and Bekaa governorates of Lebanon. In this assessment, the EMMA focused on three particular markets critical for refugee and Lebanese host communities as sources of income, namely construction labor, agricultural labor, and service-sector (hospitality and restaurant) labor. The assessment of each labour market was guided by 3 main analytical questions: 1) What is the capacity of each labor market system to absorb additional workers (from the host or refugee population)?

Vulnerability Assessment Report

This report is the result of 4 weeks’ field work from April 22 to May 17 carried out in the two districts of Zgharta and Minieh-Dennieh by SOLIDARITÉS INTERNATIONAL’s (SI) outreach workers. During the assessment, the outreach team visited 21 villages and interviewing 575 of the approximately 6,300 households registered by UNHCR. It must be noted, however, that this sample may not be representative of the whole refugee population in the two districts, as the outreach teams were concentrating on locations hosting the most refugees, and specifically seeking out the most vulnerable among them.

Rapid Needs Assessment

This report summarises the findings of the recent Rapid Needs Assessment at Amel Association International’s Burj el Barajneh (Baajour) community centre, which took place in late March 2013. It is hoped that the reader will benefit both from the summary of the target population’s needs and the analysis of how Amel Association International can best replicate such assessments in the future.

Lebanon Syria Refugee Response -HEALTH SECTOR RESPONSE

Facilitating access to comprehensive primary healthcare services: • People having access to primary healthcare services including Reproductive Health (RH) and mental health care and including provision of medication for TB , leishmania and chronic and acute conditions • Beneficiaries participating in health education capacity building activities • Providing capacity building to health staff Supporting access to life-saving emergency care including deliveries at secondary health care level: • Number of people having access to secondary health care services, including emergencies


This Regional Analysis of the Syria conflict (RAS) is an update of the May RAS and seeks to bring together information from all sources in the region and provide holistic analysis of the overall Syria crisis. While Part I focuses on the situation within Syria, Part II covers the impact of the crisis on the neighbouring countries. The Syria Needs Analysis Project welcomes all information that could complement this report.


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