Situated on the Lebanese-Syrian borders, El Qaa is the last village on the Baalbek-Homs road. In Arabic, El Qaa means “reassuring fields”, while in Syriac it is equivalent to “a wide valley or flat ground”.
The Small Decentralized Renewable Energy Power Generation Project (DREG) funded by the Global Environment Facility (GEF) and implemented in partnership with the Ministry of Energy and Water, organized on the 14th of May, 2018 a workshop titled “Decentralized PV Design Best-Practice Guidelines and Lessons Learnt Workshop”.
The Lebanon Crisis Response Plan (LCRP) 2017 – 2020 presents a collective vision to move beyond direct humanitarian assistance to develop resilient public institutions and invest in the country’s social, economic and environmental stability.
Check out our work in Lebanon and how we contribute in development through working on the main focus areas: Social and Local development, Democratic Governance, Crisis Prevention and Recovery, Energy and Environment & Response to the Syrian Crisis.
The second phase of the Women's Media Awareness Campaign aims at fostering political parties to endorse women as candidates.
PM Saad Hariri launched today from the Grand Serail the “Warak Beirut” project that aims to implement sorting paper and cardboard from the source in public institution buildings in Beirut.

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5.9 million

Population

10.3

Poverty rate

12.36

GNI per capita

76

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