This session was organized by the UNDP “Peace Building in Lebanon” project on the 16th of January in La Maison des Jeunes et de la Culture linked to Zouk Mikael municipality, in Keserwan, Lebanon. Participants voiced their opinions regarding the repercussions of the Syrian crisis on Lebanon and other civil peace related issues in the context of the “Peace Building in Lebanon” news supplement.
Lebanon, a country of 4.4 million inhabitants, has the highest per capita concentration of refugees in the world, hosting more than 1 million registered Syrian refugees (UNHCR, 2015).
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Field exercise simulating a flood scenario on the borders of Assi River in Hermel organized in May 2017 by the UNDP Disaster Risk Management Project at the Presidency of the Council of Ministers.
Six national UN Volunteers have been assigned to the LHSP across different regions. Each makes important contributions by serving as mediator...

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