Lebanon

Lebanon

Power generation is highly inefficient in Lebanon. The fact that power plant capacity does not match demand leads to frequent power cuts lasting from three to 13 hours per day. Energy demand in Lebanon is expected to continue to grow substantially in the coming years, meaning that the Lebanese electricity sector will face further challenges, unless substantial investments and structural reforms are undertaken urgently. Energy efficiency and renewable energy projects in Lebanon have considerable potential which currently remains untapped.
The principal objective is to enhance the employment prospects of Palestine refugee youth in Lebanon by increasing the proportion that complete secondary education and have access to vocational or tertiary education.
Result 1. the capacity of existing Lebanese Institutions and structures to deal with crisis is improved Result 2. The capacity and quality of the national primary and secondary education structures in the regions hosting syrian refugees is reinforced Result 3. The social and economic tissue of communities is strengthened.
2015 Work Programme for Grants of the European Union, represented by the European Commission, for the Republic of Lebanon.
Tony Nasr lives in the village of Jdeydet el-Fekha in the anti-Lebanon mountains on the Lebanese-Syrian border, a biodiversity hotspot. The Society for the Protection of Nature in Lebanon (SPNL) is managing a project to revive the traditional practice of Hima, a type of community-based protected area that integrates the grazing needs of local shepherds into a sustainable management plan for the land, and provides new opportunities for income for the local communities.
The EL-Fekha Small Ruminants Shepherds Cooperative secures shepherds' production and their right to medications and veterinary follow-up with the ministry of agriculture. A project managed by the Society for the Protection of Nature in Lebanon (SPNL), funded by the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund, supported by the EU, revives the traditional practice of Hima, a type of community-based protected area that integrates the grazing needs of shepherds into a sustainable land management plan.
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Building the resilience of Lebanese host communities and stabilizing the social and economic situation in Lebanon.
The specific objective is to provide support to the Lebanese authorities to secure and control the borders in accordance with national and international Integrated Border Management (IBM) standards, thus increasing the security of its citizens, promoting regional stability and facilitating trade, development and human contact.
Building on the rich culinary heritage of Lebanon and Syria, the project offers catering training for Lebanese and Syrians. TIt contributes towards improving the participants' professional capacities.

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