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Shelter needs and the most vulnerable in Tripoli, Lebanon: Rapid urban assessment

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Resource type:Research, reports and studies
Language:English
Keywords:Host Communities, Refugees/IDPs, Shelter, Shelter and housing, Urban, Water and sanitation
Countries:Lebanon
Agency:CARE International
Date published:August 2015
Pages:64pp

The purpose of this follow-up and detailed assessment to a 2014 situation report study was to identify and understand the different living conditions for the Syrian refugees as well as the conditions for vulnerable Lebanese in the hosting communities in Tripoli City, to provide an overview of the present shelter and WASH situation, and to feed into the identification of a specific intervention model and strategy (theory of change) that could improve and stabilize the living conditions and social dynamics in the most vulnerable neighbourhoods in Tripoli City.

The assessment aimed to establish the main areas of concern and risk for women, men, girls and boys by investigating living conditions, Shelter, WASH, and protection needs in a range of different neighbourhoods across Tripoli. Wider cross-cutting issues linked to shelter and WASH sectors that were also considered included:

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