This position estimate has been prepared based on the political events and changes,economic crisis, and educational challenges affecting various social groups in all regions of Lebanon. It also draws upon various sources and available studies. Click here to access the full report. Let’s Get Social Facebook-f Twitter Instagram Youtube
The current situation and consequences of the economic and financial crisis facing Lebanon as the holy month of Ramadan approaches
In March 2022, the Lebanese government issued the first multidimensional poverty index in Lebanonbased on data from the 2018-2019 household living standards survey on 19 indicators, distributedacross 5 dimensions: health, education, financial well-being, infrastructure, and living standards.The result was that in 2019 (i.e. before the crisis), 53.1 percent of the population in Lebanon lived inmultidimensional
URDA’s goal has always been to help those people who are exposed to the harshest conditions of life, therefore we faced difficulty and challenged the circumstances to support the most needy families.Here are URDA’s humanitarian achievements during 2022لطالما كان هدف URDA Read more Let’s Get Social Facebook-f Twitter Instagram Youtube
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URDA Position Paper On the approaching Eid Al-Adha 2022 Considering the worsening economic and living crisis that Lebanon suffers from.
The joy of Eid is almost non-existent in light of the economic and living crisis under which Lebanon is facing, as the blessed Eid al-Adha falls this year in the midst of a severe economic collapse that is afflicting Lebanon, which has deprived families of the ability to feel the joy of Eid and to
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