Resilience-based Approach Increase country resilience Host Communities (MoSA) Palestinian Gatherings (LPDC) Crisis Mgmt. (PMO) CIMIC (LAF) Local level National level Resilience = ability of an individual, household, community, country or region to prepare for, to withstand, to adapt, and to quickly recover from stresses and shocks without compromising long-term development prospects.
Main Target Areas 220 most vulnerable communities (UNHCR, UNICEF, UNDP, MOSA) 67% of Lebanese vulnerable population 86% of Syrian refugees Palestinian Gatherings with highest PRS density 50% PRS
Host communities Solid waste plant – West Bekaa More than 100 projects implemented to improve livelihoods, water management, waste management, basic services (education, health) Partnership with MOSA, UNHCR, Municipalities Union of cooperatives – North Bekaa
Palestinian Gatherings National Observatory for the Palestinian LPDC 55 Infrastructure projects in 22 Gatherings 300 houses rehabilitated and equipped Partnership with LPDC, UNRWA, UN-Habitat, Municipalities, Palestinian Popular Committees Planning solutions together Sewage and rainwater disposal, near Ain El Helwe
Key National Institutions PMO: Formulation of the National Response Plan, creation of the Crisis Room and protocols for crisis management and response LAF: Finalization for CIMIC Strategy and establishment of CIMIC Unit, in cooperation with UNIFIL and UNSCOL Man-made disaster simulation at PMO.. New CIMIC Unit at the LAF HQs..and at the airport
Funding and Partnerships Approved funds: $19,262,100 (34%) UN Partner Agencies Almost there…