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GOOD PRACTICE - Support to Medium and Long Term Needs of Host Communities and Syrian Refugees in Lebanon

RESEARCH QUESTION: 3 - Direct actions in communities

SUB-TOPICS (Research matrix): Awareness raising, behaviour change communications methods, dissemination of
information methods- including on social inclusion in the IE (3.1, 4.3)

REGION - COUNTRY OF IMPLEMENTATION: Middle East - Lebanon

RESUME OF LESSONS LEARNED: UNHCR has also incorporated a participatory approach to better accountability and to adapt outreach activities based on feedback from beneficiaries and other stakeholders. Originally little or no tracking of exam results and dropout rates existed. UNHCR implemented a child tracking system which allows for checking the progress of each individual child benefitting from the UNHCR education programmes. The continuous influx of Syrian children brought about changes to the ALP tools. While originally the ALPs were used only during the summer months, The ALPs have been redesigned to represent a more structured form of condensed learning, or catch-up programme in order to help with the transition of Syrian children into formal education in Lebanon

PROJECT NAME: Support to Medium and Long Term Needs of Host Communities and Syrian Refugees
in Lebanon

YEAR: 2012 – 2015

FUNDING AGENCY: European Commission

IMPLEMENTING AGENCY: UNHCR, Danish Refugee Council, Norwegian Refugee Council, Save the Children,
Terre des Hommes et al.

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