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Enabling job resilience and protecting decent work conditions in rural communities affected by Syrian Refugee crisis in North Lebanon

Liban

Titre : Enabling job resilience and protecting decent work conditions in rural communities affected by Syrian Refugee crisis in North Lebanon

Pays : Liban

Identifiant : LEB/14/02/ITA

Date/Durée : Start date:February 5, 2015 End date:December 31, 2016

Résumé partiel
The project addresses two key issues in creating livelihoods for vulnerable Lebanese and Syrians alike : 1. Inefficient and partially ineffective provision of employment services as well as the need for technical assistance to Cash for Work programmes, and 2. the need to create employment due to labour supply exceeding demand and increase income generation opportunities while fostering social cohesion to avoid escalation of tensions between refugees and host communities. The project is based on the Making Markets Work for the Poor (M4P) approach in order to ensure sustainability of economic gains and employment created for the poor and vulnerable. The M4P approach entails enhancing the capacity of local service providers to cater for the needs of market/value chain actors, rather than providing externally arranged services. This allows market or value chain actors to build a sustainable network, which in itself builds resilience and increases preparedness against shocks. The project incorporates institutional strengthening of its partners. It acts as a facilitator, focusing on technical assistance, coordination, networking, and information. By adopting this approach, the project develops its partners’ capacity to do and deliver, rather than to do and deliver directly. T

Partenaire (s) : Italy, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation

Total alloué : $ 434,706

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