A new United Nations Development Programme report highlights the expanding nature of global inequality, pointing to a new generation of inequalities which may trigger a new great divergence in society of the kind not seen since the Industrial Revolution nearly two centuries ago.
Women have been at the core of Lebanon’s popular protests since they began on October 17, 2019.
With a smile immediately spreading across her face at the mention of Akkar’s nature, Zeina Elias rushes from her seat to proudly show us a picture of her guiding a group of visitors.
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.
UNDP LEAP developed and produced a documentary highlighting the work that the project provided to support and assist the 2018 Parliamentary Elections.
UNDP Lebanon wishes to clarify that the estimates recently circulated on social media regarding the impact of the Syrian crisis on the Lebanese economy do not represent the official view of the organization.

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5.9 million

Population

10.3

Poverty rate

11.136

GNI per capita

0.730

HDI (2018)

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