Monthly Protection Monitoring Analysis in Lebanon
In the frame of its humanitarian response towards the Syrian refugee crisis in Lebanon, the Danish Refugee Council (DRC) has been active in providing assistance to persons with specific needs through a community-based approach. Specifically, DRC has been working to enable refugees and host communities to prevent and respond to protection concerns in five locations across Lebanon, namely North and Central/West Bekaa, Akkar, Tripoli and the South.
As part of these efforts, the agency conducts monthly qualitative and quantitative protection monitoring in order to identify ongoing and evolving projection concerns of the Syrian refugee population. Once relevant information was gathered, it was analyzed in a comprehensive report which covered differences across geographies, gender and time of arrival as refugees in the country. The final report also included a set of temporal recommendations aimed at alleviating protection concerns faced by Syrian refugees in Lebanon.
Protection Monitoring Analysis and Reporting
Quantitative Research, Qualitative Research, Policy Advisory