External Mid-Term Evaluation of Humanitarian Aid: Refugee Aid in Lebanon

Lebanon opened its borders to approximately 1.5 million Syrian refugees. The vast humanitarian needs of the refugees and the host population exceed the capacity of the Lebanese authorities and international support to date has not been sufficient. The relief organisation Humedica provides primary medical healthcare services in the Bekaa Valley, where approximately one third of some 500,000 refugees are living in informal tented settlements. Humedicas projects consist of mobile medical units that treat acute diseases for one to two days a month, supplemented by other medical services.  Link to the evaluation report: https://reliefweb.int/report/lebanon/external-mid-term-evaluation-humanitarian-aid-refugee-aid-lebanon


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