Appeals & Response Plans
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- WFP: WFP Lebanon Country Brief, August 2019. 19 Sep 2019
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- WFP: Terms of Reference: Evaluation of WFP’s Livelihoods and Resilience Activities in Lebanon from 2016 to 2019 WFP Lebanon Country Office. 19 Sep 2019
- NRC: Syrian Refugees in Lebanon: Gender & Accessibility to Housing. 16 Sep 2019
- UNRWA: 37,000 Palestine Refugee Students in Lebanon return to UNRWA Schools. 12 Sep 2019
April 13, 2010-With funds from US Agency of International Development Office of Transition Initiatives (USAID/OTI), CHF International in Lebanon built and equipped a seaside park besides Nahr El-Bared refugee camp as part of TALAKI program.
The U.S. Government-funded Humanitarian Assistance for Lebanon (HAL) program aims to provide life saving humanitarian assistance to families who suffered from the latest crisis in Lebanon. The program activities have three objectives:
- The water, sanitation and hygiene objective which increases access of Internally Displaced Persons to healthy options as they return to their homes and villages.
In response to the needs of the people living in the war-affected areas, CHF distributed relief commodities to the fishermen of Al- Abdeh region as part of the USAID/ OFDA-funded HAL Program. These fishermen lost their boats and only source of income during the last war.
All along the road to the South of Lebanon, one can see broken roads, destroyed houses, and the endless effects of war on the families' lives. The conflict in the summer of 2006 displaced more than one million people, and killed or injured thousands of men, women, and children, leaving behind many physical and psychological problems.
One such person is Hussein Hajj Mohammed, a young man who used to work with the civil defense services. One fateful day in July 2006, Hussein went in to rescue a boy and his father after their house had been bombed and lay in ruins.
With U.S. Government funding, a workshop was held at the Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture of Tripoli and the North with the purpose of training agricultural professionals to the post-harvest techniques of tomatoes, citrus and leafy vegetables.
Until this summer, Ahmed Aytany (a father of five), Mohamed Jamal, and Samir Mousa were able to make a sufficient living fishing off the Raouche dock in West Beirut.
International Organization Becomes Platinum Sponsor of Humanitarian Campaign to Benefit the Children and Families of Lebanon
Los Angeles, CA - November 27, 2006 - The medical community has no shortage of heroes, the unique volunteer efforts of NAAMA members are grabbing attention.
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During the month of October CHF has distributed around 1000 water tanks in Kadaa Bint Jbeil and Kadaa Tyre along with the distributed 3000 blanket kits (containing 2 blankets, 2 bed and pilow covers). CHF also distributed 1000 Blanket kits and food kits to fishermen during the monthe of October.
The U.S. government is funding a project aimed at providing help to Lebanese children suffering from post-war trauma after the 34-day Israeli offensive on the country.
The U.S. embassy website said the project which is implemented by the Cooperative Housing Foundation (CHF) "aims at relieving the psychological traumas that children developed as a result of the latest crisis in Lebanon."
The initiative comes as part of efforts by foreign governments and international and local non-governmental organizations (NGOs) to help Lebanese war victims.
Imagine a world without basic needs, like meals and medicine to sustain health...
where families are forced to live in temporary shelters, in the chilling cold of winter...
where children cannot go to school, because their schools have been destroyed...
Now imagine this is real. It is.
With many communities still facing a dire lack of food, medicine, and sanitary hygienic systems, the people of Lebanon need your help.
Under the Humanitarian Assistance in Lebanon (HAL) program, CHF International is targeting vulnerable and underserved communities to provide much needed basic relief commodities (medical supplies, hot meals, and non-food items, such as bedding and towels) as well as access to safe water sources and awareness training on hygiene and healthcare promotion.
CHF International, in collaboration with the René Moawad Foundation (RMF) is implementing the 'Enhancing the Olive Oil Sector' project, under the CEDARSplus Program. The project will improve linkages between and among olive producers and processors to improve the quality and quantity of olive and olive oil (increase yields and improve processing efficiencies), thus, expanding markets opportunities.
On September 22 and 23, 2006, CHF International and local partner Globex Engineering International launched its psychosocial support objective through the Humanitarian Assistance in Lebanon (HAL) program, which is funded by the American people through the Office of Foreign Disaster Assistance (OFDA) and individual donors.
This objective will conduct activities in three village clusters in South Lebanon around Yarin, Ghazieh, and Tibnine. This first session focused on engaging the communities' children in a range of activities designed to address and evaluate the psychosocial …
Working with the local Water Authority in southern Lebanon, in the villages of Barti and Jernaya, CHF International has begun reconstruction of the water delivery system. As of September 15, 8,280 meters of ductile pipes had been procured to restore access to clean water for thousands of local residents.
This project is part of CHF's larger Humanitarian Assistance in Lebanon (HAL) program, which is funded by the Office of Foreign Disaster Assistance and will work in underserved communities throughout Lebanon to assist an estimated 32,000 residents.
CHF International is renewing its call for financial assistance to assist the most vulnerable victims of the conflict in Lebanon through its partnership with the Lebanon Relief United for Peace Campaign.
When the conflict began in Lebanon on July 12, 2006, CHF International immediately mobilized local staff and resources to distribute emergency relief items to thousands of individuals trapped without adequate food, water, and critical life-saving medical supplies.
To continue these efforts, CHF is collaborating with the "Lebanon Relief: United for Peace" Campaign, a …
Lebanon's 17-year civil war seriously damaged the country's economic and social infrastructure and cut national output by half. In response, CHF's has been implementing a range of programs since 1994 that are aimed at addressing dangerous child labor practices in rural areas, empowering small businesses, improving environmental management services, and strengthening Lebanon's agribusiness industry.
As violence continues to take hold in Lebanon, Israel, and the West Bank & Gaza, CHF International has begun to address the growing humanitarian crisis for hundreds of displaced families who are now without food, water, and access to medical care.