Tag: Lebanon

The interplay of gender and other vulnerabilities: A participatory action research with informal Syrian close-to-community health care providers in Lebanon

In this AUB video, the ReBUILD for Resilience team in Lebanon present on the gendered experiences of close-to-community health care providers during the COVID-19 pandemic


A new model for local leadership for health in Lebanon

ReBUILD case study on creating a new model for local leadership in Lebanon


The power of knowledge: evidence-based action in the local governance of the Lebanese health system

A ReBUILD case study on the power of knowledge: evidence-based action in the local governance of the Lebanese health system


Navigating turbulence: an analysis of Lebanon’s healthcare system resilience during a multi-crisis situation

Fouad Fouad presents an assessment of Lebanon’s healthcare system’s ability to adapt to and withstand various challenges since 2019


From concept to reality: challenges of decentralising healthcare governance in Lebanon

Rouham Yamout speaks on the challenges of supporting the decentralising healthcare via the creation of a Municipal Health Committee in Majdal Anjar, Lebanon.


Social and cultural conditions affecting the mental health of Syrian, Lebanese and Palestinian adolescents living in and around Bar Elias, Lebanon

Study explores adolescent mental health and the intersections between Syrians, Lebanese and Palestinians in the town of Bar Elias, Lebanon


Sustaining health system resilience in extreme circumstances: insights from key informant interviews with UNRWA staff across Gaza and Lebanon during the COVID-19 pandemic

Video from Giulia Loffreda on what sustains health system resilience and how effective and equitable UNRWA service delivery was during COVID-19 in Gaza and Lebanon


Poster on health systems resilience through the prism of gender equity and justice

Poster on health systems resilience through the prism of gender equity and justice


The Gendered Experience of Close to Community Providers during COVID-19 Response in Settings: A Multi-Country Analysis

Qualitative research study in Lebanon, Nepal, Myanmar & Sierra Leone explored the gendered experiences of CTC providers during the COVID-19 pandemic


When Refugees Care for Refugees in Lebanon: Providing Contextually Appropriate Care from the Ground Up

Paper examines how Syrian refugees’ clinical encounters characterised by shared histories of displacement in Lebanon can inform humanitarian medicine


The gendered experience of close-to-community providers in fragile and shock-prone settings

Research in Northern Syria exploring more sustainable and long-term approaches to health service provision which engage the private sector – from ReBUILD for Resilience


Understanding and developing a resilient health system in Majdal Anjar, Lebanon

Research on understanding and developing a resilient health system at a learning site in Majdal Anjar, Lebanon


Responsive Fund round two

Responsive fund projects in Yemen, Nepal, Lebanon, Cameroon & Sierra Leone – from ReBUILD for Resilience health system research programme


Executive summary: the gendered experience of close-to-community providers in Lebanon

A brief summarising work by American University of Beirut on the gendered experience of close-to-community providers in fragile and shock-prone settings during the COVID-19 pandemic


Close-to-community providers addressing gender norms and power dynamics: participatory action research in fragile and shock-prone settings

ReBUILD for Resilience study explores how participatory action research can support close-to-community providers to address gender norms and power relations within their communities


Recommendations for supervisors of female health workers

Recommendations for supervisors of female health workers in Lebanon – how to improve employees’ experiences of work and boost their well-being, motivation & productivity (Arabic & English versions)


American University of Beirut

Information on the ReBUILD for Resilience partner, American University of Beirut and its staff