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2020

Increased resilience of refugee and local communities through food security and access to health services (Lebanon)

Liban

Titre : Increased resilience of refugee and local communities through food security and access to health services (Lebanon)

Pays : Liban

Partenaire (s) : Diakonie ACT Austria GmbH (Spaltung von Diakonie Austria Gmbh)

Période d’exécution : Project start : 01.11.2020 // End : 31.10.2023

Objectif
The aim of the project is that Syrian refugees and marginalized Lebanese in North Lebanon with a focus on women and girls have secured short term needs through food assistance and access to health services and are equipped to meet their long term needs through awareness raising and access to training and livelihood opportunitie

Groupe cible/ Beneficiaires  : The direct target group of the project are food insecure and socially vulnerable households from the Syrian refugee communities (60%) and host communities (40%) in El Mina, Tripoli, in North Lebanon. The project will specifically target female-headed households, households with children under five years of age and pregnant and lactating women, single parent families, families with elderly or people with disabilities, displaced families that have been evicted, and new arrivals. In total, the project will reach 11,446 (8,943 female, 2,503 male) direct beneficiaries and approximately 57,155 indirect beneficiaries

Activités
The following activities are foreseen under the project : Trainings for kitchen staff on food safety and dietary diversity ; distribution of hot meals and management of community kitchen ; food/nutrition awareness raising sessions and focus group discussions for project beneficiaries ; agro-food workshops ; market analysis and food-supply/service mapping exercise ; development of a sustainability and marketing strategy with the community kitchen based on a clear business plan ; food processing technical trainings (including business development) ; trainings on food waste and entrepreneurial skills training ; development of Information, Education and Communication material ; individual counselling to women ; awareness sessions for women and men on maternal and child health ; selection and training of lead mothers ; focus group discussions and development of training material ; monthly neighbour group meetings ; household visits.

Financement : OEZA
Budget  : € 750.000,00

Austrian Development Agency

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