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2009

Supporting Local Socio-Economic Development in War-Affected Areas of South Lebanon (Phase II) – ILO

Liban

Titre : Supporting Local Socio-Economic Development in War-Affected Areas of South Lebanon (Phase II) – ILO

Pays : Liban

Dates : 7 May 2009 // 6 Feb 2011

Identification : 00070875

Présentation
Through its participatory approach, the project is implementing socio-economic development activities in war-affected areas of South Lebanon. It is working with and supporting efforts of governmental bodies, local institutions, employers’ and workers’ organizations and civil society groups present in South Lebanon, for the development of strategically planned, locally-driven and locally implemented livelihoods recovery projects that would generate permanent and temporary employment. The project takes into consideration socio-economic assessments and recovery initiatives adopted by the Government of Lebanon, its partners, the UN Country Team, and non-governmental organizations, in addition to addressing key components of the Social Action Plan “Towards Strengthening Social Safety Nets and Access to Basic Social Services”.

It is primarily working towards : 1. Enhancing the implementation capacities of local institutions and major implementing partners in South Lebanon in managing livelihood projects through application of acquired tools and methodologies. 2. Strengthening the capacities of local institutions in South Lebanon, so they can maintain and replicate participatory methodologies in promoting local economic development initiatives.

The project is continuing to work in partnership with municipalities, local cooperatives, relevant ministries at both central and local levels, micro-credit institutions (e.g. Al Majmoua, ADR), academic institutions, Social Development Centres, syndicates, workers’ and employers’ organizations present in the South. It also established strategic partnerships with international institutions, including the Italian ROSS programme and INTERSOS.

Budget approuvé : 1,500,000 US$

MultiPartner Trust Fund Office (MPTF)

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