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Source: European Commission
10 September 2015

European Commission


Brussels, 10 September 2015

EU provides €15 million for better living conditions and increased economic opportunities in Lebanon


Improvement of housing of the most vulnerable Palestine refugees in Lebanon (€5 million): This programme aims to rehabilitate the dilapidated shelters. It will have direct benefits for the well-being of the shelters' inhabitants, providing a positive social impact for highly vulnerable Palestine refugees in Lebanon who are most in need for better housing.

After a very positive evaluation of the previous programmes which rehabilitated 1,286 shelters, this new programme will replicate the "self-help" approach to renovate the housing of around 400 families residing in 11 camps in the country.

This EU support falls under the 2015 allocation for Lebanon.

For more information
EU Delegation to Lebanon:
EU support to Lebanon:

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