Space in existing schools; language issues; re-enrolling after years without schooling; education information systems.
Inadequate nutrition and stunted development; early identification of development delays and disabilities; mental health and post-traumatic stress; access to routine vaccinations.
Supply of drinking and household water; water quality monitoring; solid and sewage waste management; handwashing awareness.
Child marriage; child labor; sexual exploitation.
Winter assistance through finance and other support means.
Training & activities on life skills, conflict resolution and healthy lifestyles; appropriate job opportunities.
The principles here apply to all children in Lebanon (and worldwide), regardless of nationality, religion, or ethnic background.
385,000 children to be enrolled in public formal education whose school supplies will be fully subsidized for 2017/2018.
175k children under the age of five to be reached with routine immunization.
160k people in emergency settings to receive access to safe water and sanitation.
386,000 girls, boys, women and caregivers to be reached with a comprehensive package of child protection and gender-based violence prevention.
185,000 disadvantaged children to benefit from humanitarian winter assistance in 2017/2018.
35,000 youth to be trained on life skills, conflict resolution and healthy lifestyles.
38,000 girls/boys to be provided with support to access and enrolled in formal education (UNRWA schools, 2017/2018).
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