Supporting vulnerable girls and boys with learning, soft and hard skills and employability programs in the North

This project aims to support vulnerable girls and boys with learning, soft and hard skills and employability programs in the North

The planned project activities include:

Outreach for BTS for formal and non-formal education

Provide 420 youth with short and medium term competency skills training program

Implementation of internship, on-the-job training or apprenticeship program for 100 youth

Provide 50 youth with employment (formal or informal) or income generation opportunities after receiving the training

Training of 15 educators and NGOs staff on NFE program and innovation service provision

Training of facilitators on life skills curriculum

Provide 510 youth with training on Life Skills and Conflict Resolution

Life skills and conflict management training

Implement 20 youth self-functioning youth initiatives (summer camp, artistic activities, peace building clubs, community campaigns, civic engagement) to promote active involvement of youth  and reduce tensions in local communities

Date 1 March 2019 – 29 February 2020
Project  
Budget
Location Batroun, upper Koura including Kosba, Amioun and the surroundings, Minnieh outside Bhannine, Tripoli and Beddawi main areas Tebbaneh, Jabal Mohsen, Mankoubin and Wadi Al Nahle, and Zgharta districts with specific focus on Fewwar and Meryata areas   
Donors UNICEF
Partners  
Sectors Education
Beneficiaries 1,260 girls and boys aged 14 to 24 years

  • Basic Literacy and Numeracy: 180
  • Vocational Training: 420
  • Apprenticeship: 100
  • Employment: 50
  • Life skills: 510
  • Youth Led Initiatives: 20

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WASH assistance for Syrian Refugees and affected Populations in T5, North Lebanon

This project is designed to improve the sanitation situation of selected communities in Tripoli and its surrounding five districts.

The planned project activities include:

  • Construction of 2 solid waste management projects benefiting 35,000 individuals (including 10,000 Syrian refugee)
  • Rehabilitation of 2 waste water projects benefiting 10,000 individuals (including 2,000 Syrian refugees)
  • Rehabilitation of 2 disaster risk reduction projects benefiting 5,000 individuals (including 1,250 Syrian refugees)
  • Establishing 6 CPCs including representatives of the local community Syrian refugees and local authorities, and
  • Capacity Building of 35 representatives from local committees including representatives of the local community Syrian refugees and local authorities on operating and maintaining sanitation systems has been built.

Provision of technical information to affected populations about adequate quantity of safe water and means to store water safely in 06 targeted municipalities, as well as awareness raising to these municipalities about the water projects funded by EU in their regions

Date January 1, 2016-December 31, 2016
Project  
Budget LBP 682,518,030.00
Location T5 (Koura, Zgharta, Dinniyi, Becharre, Batroun
Donors EU/ENPI
Partners  
Sectors Water, Sanitation and Health
Beneficiaries Syrian Refugees and Lebanese host populations (on-going project)

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WASH assistance for Syrian Refugees and affected Populations in T5, North Lebanon

This project is designed to improve the sanitation situation of selected communities in Tripoli and its surrounding five districts.

The planned project activities include:

  • Construction of 2 solid waste management projects benefiting 35,000 individuals (including 10,000 Syrian refugee)
  • Rehabilitation of 2 waste water projects benefiting 10,000 individuals (including 2,000 Syrian refugees)
  • Rehabilitation of 2 disaster risk reduction projects benefiting 5,000 individuals (including 1,250 Syrian refugees)
  • Establishing 6 CPCs including representatives of the local community Syrian refugees and local authorities, and
  • Capacity Building of 35 representatives from local committees including representatives of the local community Syrian refugees and local authorities on operating and maintaining sanitation systems has been built.

Provision of technical information to affected populations about adequate quantity of safe water and means to store water safely in 06 targeted municipalities, as well as awareness raising to these municipalities about the water projects funded by EU in their regions

Date January 1, 2016-December 31, 2016
Project  
Budget LBP 682,518,030.00
Location T5 (Koura, Zgharta, Dinniyi, Becharre, Batroun
Donors EU/ENPI
Partners  
Sectors Water, Sanitation and Health
Beneficiaries Syrian Refugees and Lebanese host populations (on-going project)

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