Dignity for displaced women and girls in Lebanon

by Developmental Action without Borders/Naba'a
Dignity for displaced women and girls in Lebanon
Dignity for displaced women and girls in Lebanon
Dignity for displaced women and girls in Lebanon
Dignity for displaced women and girls in Lebanon
Dignity for displaced women and girls in Lebanon
Dignity for displaced women and girls in Lebanon
Dignity for displaced women and girls in Lebanon
Dignity for displaced women and girls in Lebanon
Dignity for displaced women and girls in Lebanon
Dignity for displaced women and girls in Lebanon

Project Report | Nov 11, 2016
Time to support them, refugee women and children

By Hiba Hamzi | Program Coordinator

Recreational Activities
Recreational Activities

Background during and after the implementation of the project; At the outset of the Syria crisis, over 280,000 Palestinian refugees lived in Lebanon, mostly in deplorable social, economic and environmental living conditions; since 2012/13, a further influx of over 44,000 Palestinian from Syria has put further pressure on the physical and social infrastructure of the camps and gatherings, and on the overstretched network of basic health, education and relief services that are provided to the refugees. Whilst Palestinians from Syria have recently lived through the horrors of the war and the misery of displacement, the ones from Lebanon have faced hardship and conflict throughout their lives; both groups remain dispossessed and marginalized, experiencing extreme socio-economic and cultural vulnerability, and facing a future that can be defined at best as uncertain.

Naba’a Achievements; Together with our psychosocial support, education and protection programs, the most marginalized and at risk of abuse children need the support of their families, communities and local government agencies to realize their rights. We work closely with the community to satisfy other immediate needs, help break the cycle of violence and ensure the effects of our work are felt long into the future. The most highlighted intervention during the reporting period is as the followings;

-          It is thus critical to focus on mental health and psychosocial support, and to implement community-based mental health care. Strengthening Mental Health and Psychosocial Support in Palestinian Camps and gatherings for children, women and families effected by Syrian Crisis. 

-          More than 800 children (males and females) were provided by recreational activities and structured life skills methodologies and improved their emotional and social wellbeing. 

-          During this period, an intervention is focused on both formal (professional) and informal life skills training for youth particularly young females and the target group will be 46 Palestinian, Syrian and Lebanese youth. The objective is to give them opportunity to understand each other’s situation and working on enhancing their social situation together through community activities. This lead to reduce the tension among the youth.

-       October is considered as a “Breast Cancer Month” where more than 2000 women (Palestinian refugees from Syria, Palestinian Refugee from Lebanon and displaced Syrians) participated in the breast cancer campaign, raising awareness workshops and in the diagnostic screening.

Case Study  

 

  • Name : 9112016 
  • Nationality : Palestinian  
  • Date of birth : 13 / 8 / 2000 
  • Place of birth : Ein El Helwe  Heteen district  
  • Members of family : 3 female ( Excluding father and mother )  
  • Child arranging in family : the eldest
  • Brief overview about the child life: The child lives with her father and mother in a house composed from 2 rooms . she was studied in Qibia school but she stopped because she exposed to violence from the teachers , also she don`t like studying so she prefer to learn hairdressing in an institute .  For 3 months after that she left the institute and prefer to stay at home and her family agree with her and don`t motivate her to continue her studying because they are illiterate. The child become introvert and has no friend to visit them .  
  • The economical situation :  

The family suffer from bad economic level , the father`s work is inconstant he works in building . Although  he suffer from problem in his back and he stay jobless for along time

The family depend on Aids from UNRWA organization to ensure their needs especially the cost of medicines they need . 

The family live in their own house but it is unhealthy because of the humidity and darkness , the sunlight don`t enter their home .  

  • The health situation :  

The health of the child is good but her mother and father from problems in their backs ( Disk ) her sister also suffer from Asthma and she need monthly medicine .  

  • The social situation:  

The relation with her mother and father is very strong , she`s spoilt and especially that she`s the eldest daughter so they bring her all her wishes .  The relation with her sisters is very good she take care for them and spend most of her time with them she deal as if she is their mother . The relation with her friends : after she left school her relation with her friends stopped , she don`t communicate with them . 

  • Problem :  

The introvert and her anxiety about her sisters , she`s in tension all the time .  

The child don`t get out home except to bring the family needs . 

She always feels responsibly for her sisters to protect them from any danger . 

  • Data collective :  

The data collected from the home visit and the interview with parents and also from the observation .  

  • Intervention :  

Make the child conscious to live her age and about the important of the integration in the society and the important of having friends . 

Integrate the child in the psychosocial activities ( she deal methodology ) .  

Integrate the child in Yoga activity that aims to build up her self confidence . 

Listening session with her to reveal the causes of her anxiety and worry . 

Communicate with the mother and sharing her in awareness sessions ( parents deal ) . 

  • Recommendation :  

Regularly following during activities and also in home visits . 

Enroll her sisters in the recreational activities . 

The girl is enrolled in an vocational training center 

Breast Cancer Campaign - OCtober
Breast Cancer Campaign - OCtober
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Recreational Activities1
Breast cancer Awareness
Breast cancer Awareness
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Developmental Action without Borders/Naba'a

Location: Saida, South - Lebanon
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Project Leader:
Qassem Saad
Saida , South Lebanon

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