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Project ID:00070663Description:LRF-19 ART GOLD Lebanon
Lebanon Recovery Fund
Start Date *: 21 Apr 2009
Lebanon Recovery Fund
End Date*: 30 Jun 2013
Country: Lebanon Project Status: Financially Closed
  Participating Organization:   UNDP - UNDP(MDTF/PUNO only).

The Specific Objective is to improve the local population's living conditions through increased access to employment, income, education, health, social integration and the environment, with a special focus on the most vulnerable population. This is done through improving the functioning of local public administration, enhancing basic social services, and promoting a wide participation of local communities in development processes.

Outputs are carried out at the local, national and international levels.


At the local level:

  • Governance:
    • Improved skills and capacities of local authorities and administrations to plan, manage and promote local human development.
    • Improved partnerships between the local authorities and local actors such as civil society stakeholders.
    • Lebanese institutions capacitated to take advantage of international partnerships such as Decentralized Cooperation networks.
    • Members of public institutions and civil associations better prepared to operate jointly in local development processes
  • Local Economic Development
    • LEDAs established in the four regions of intervention.
    • Local Economic Development promoted in a balanced and integrated way, hence reducing poverty and increasing access of the deprived sectors of the population to jobs and businesses.
    • Endogenous resources and regional competitiveness maximized.
    • Number of small productive enterprises increased
    • Increased income for the disadvantaged sectors of the population.
    • Productive activities use local resources in a more sustainable way
  • Social Wellbeing:
    • Improved coverage of public services and utilities in AGL's priority sectors of education, health, culture and the environment.
    • Improved functioning of public services in the aforementioned social sectors.
    • Access for excluded and marginalized areas and persons to basic social services increased.
    • Innovations aimed at improving the quality and efficiency of services introduced.
    • Social cohesion and dialogue promoted through ART GOLD's participatory approaches and methodologies.
    • Increased initiatives promoting social cohesion, such as the Community Maps of Risks and Resources.
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If you have questions about this programme you may wish to contact the RC office in Lebanon or the lead agency for the programme.

The person with GATEWAY access rights to upload and maintain documents for the programme:

  • Toni Ayrouth, Coordination Support; Telephone: 961 1 962524; Email:; Skype: toni.ayrouth1
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