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Energy and Waste Solutions (Lebanon)


Titre : Energy and Waste Solutions (Lebanon)

Pays : Liban

Durée : 01 June 2014 // 31 December 2020

The massive increase in demand by the Syrian crisis makes upgrading of the electricity infrastructure inevitable to provide this service as per the national norms and standards, safely and equally to all. In the same manner, the local facilities have been incapable to cope with the incremental generation of solid waste attributed to the inflow of the displaced Syrians, creating a public health and environmental crisis.

To mitigate the negative impact of the ciris, the project will undertake the provision of transformers (medium to low voltage) to improve the electric current ; reinforcement, rehabilitation and implementation of low/medium voltage cables and poles ; provision of electrical systems to connect water sources to the electrical grid ; and provision and installation of renewable energy sources in public institutions such as schools and healthcare facilities. In addition, the interventions include will include provision of solid waste management equipment to municipalities, as well as rehabilitation of unsanitary and/or illegal dumpsites wherever alternative options for environmentally-sound waste management is available and construction of integrated waste management facilities in line with national decisions.

Host Communities - Lebanese Citizens - Municipalities - Public institutions - Schools - Syrian Refugees
- Vulnerable Groups

Organisme mise en œuvre : UNDP (Direct Execution) (UNDP)

Budget : $15,597,635.52

Présentation : PNUD

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