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Lebanon - Tripoli - Assessment of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on Syrian refugees and vulnerable Lebanese in Tripoli (by People in Need))

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Document Type: Assessments
Document Type: English
Published: 1 May 2020 (4 months ago)
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Lebanon - Tripoli - Assessment of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on Syrian refugees and vulnerable Lebanese in Tripoli (by People in Need))

Document Type: Assessments
Document Language: English
The COVID-19 pandemic’s public health impact and containment measures including nationwide lockdown have raised significant challenges for the humanitarian community in Tripoli (North Lebanon) to access vulnerable refugee and host communities to continue providing them with assistance and protection. Relief services have been drastically reduced and aid programs had to quickly adapt their modus operandi and re-adjust the method and/or type of activities delivered according to the needs expected and assessed. Meanwhile, the pandemic and its consequences are having a critical impact on vulnerable communities and families, limiting access to: basic services and goods, livelihoods, protection, health, education etc. In order to meaningfully adapt to the crisis and adjust assistance to prioritize beneficiaries’ current needs and support their recovery without causing harm, SEED, together with its partner People in Need Slovakia (PIN-SK), conducted in the second half of April 2020 a multi-sectorial assessment aimin

Partners

  • Bezret Amal

Sectors

  •  Health
  •  Protection
  •  Education
  •  Livelihood & Social cohesion
  •  Basic Needs

Locations

  • Lebanon
  • North Lebanon

Population Group

Country Group
Lebanon Syrian Arab Republic - Refugees
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