Evaluation of the LEADERS livelihood intervention in Lebanon

May 12, 2018

An evaluation of a multi-agency programme to improve economic self-reliance and resilience of displacement-affected populations in the Bekaa Governorate of Lebanon

Initial charitable sentiments and generosity toward the refugee populations in Lebanon have eroded, and growing social volatility in the region has led to inter-communal tensions, political instability, and economic stagnation. The social stability sector has highlighted specific concerns related to degradation in community interactions, with insecurity and harassment by neighbours, showing a ‘remarkable increase since the initial stages of the Syrian refugee crisis.

Within this context, the Danish Refugee Council, Oxfam and the Makhzoumi Foundation are working towards enhancing economic stability of all displaced and displacement affected populations in the Bekaa Governorate of Lebanon. Accordingly, Triangle has been commissioned to contract an ex-post summative evaluation of the consortium’s LEADERS programme funded by the Regional Development and Protection Programme (RDPP)  programme to strengthen employability and access to salaried work opportunities as well as make existing and nascent Micro and Small Enterprises (MSEs) viable, sustainable and sensitive to employees’ basic rights.


Evaluation of the LEADERS livelihood intervention in Lebanon

Service type:

Qualitative Research, Quantitative Research, Policy Advisory

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