Crisis Prevention and Recovery

  • Addressing Urban Hot Spots in Lebanon Addressing Urban Hot Spots in LebanonThe project will aim to reduce and mitigate tensions in selected areas of Lebanon with the potential for conflict, in an effort to promote coexistence and civil peace in Lebanon.

  • Support to Lebanon Mine Action Programme – Phase III Support to Lebanon Mine Action Programme – Phase IIIThe landmines, cluster munitions and other explosive remnants of war (ERW) problem in Lebanon is still a huge one that threatens the lives and livelihoods of the Lebanese Population.

  • Support to the Lebanese Palestinian Dialogue Committee, Phase 3Support to the Lebanese Palestinian Dialogue Committee, Phase 3The Lebanese Working Group on Palestinian Refugees, which became later known as the Lebanese-Palestinian Dialogue Committee (LPDC), was created in November 2005 by the Council of Ministers, in response to the goal set by the Government of Lebanon (GoL) to improve the living conditions of Palestinian refugees in Lebanon.

  • Towards Sustainable Solutions for Improved Living Conditions of Palestinian Refugees in LebanonTowards Sustainable Solutions for Improved Living Conditions of Palestinian Refugees in LebanonThe Lebanese Working Group on Palestinian Refugees, which became later known as the Lebanese-Palestinian Dialogue Committee (LPDC), was created in November 2005 by the Council of Ministers, in response to the goal set by the Government of Lebanon (GoL) to improve the living conditions of Palestinian refugees in Lebanon.

  • Support to PM Office - Strengthening Disaster Risk Management Capacities in LebanonSupport to PM Office - Strengthening Disaster Risk Management Capacities in LebanonLebanon is subject to a wide range of natural hazards, the biggest threat being of a severe earthquake and/or an associated Tsunami. Smaller-scale disasters which the country also faces include floods, forest fires, land-slides and drought.

Our work - Crisis Prevention and recovery

UNDP has been working in risk reduction, recovery, and peace building for many years. For example, in the aftermath of the 2006 war, UNDP supported the High Relief Committee in organizing and coordinating the overall humanitarian response.


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Contact UNDP in Lebanon:

Arab African International Bank Bldg,
Riad El Solh Street,
Nejmeh, Beirut 2011 5211
Lebanon

Working Hours:

Monday - Friday 8:30am - 4:00pm
P.O.Box: 11-3216, beirut, Lebanon
Telephone: + 961-1-962500
Fax: + 961-1-962491
E-mail: registry.lb@undp.org