Totals

Total incoming funding: US$10,646,007
Displaying 1 - 12 of 12
Boundary Source org. Destination org. Description Sector Amount (US$) Funding status Flow ID Sort ascending Destination plan
Incoming
Lebanon Humanitarian Fund
Première Urgence Internationale
Provision of Healthcare and Protection support to the most vulnerable women at risks and/or head of households, older persons, persons with serious medical condition, disabilities or specific needs, from the refugee, host and other vulnerable communities, in BML (Beirut, Aley, Chouf districts) and the South Governorates (Saida, Jezzine, Nabatiyeh districts) and Provision of Emergency Cash Assistance as part of a holistic protection approach to the those most vulnerable affected by the Beirut port blast. 547,182 Commitment #222626
Incoming
Lebanon Humanitarian Fund
International Medical Corps UK
Integrated comprehensive primary healthcare services for disaster affected populations in Beirut in four PHCCs 1,175,262 Paid Contribution #222214
Incoming
Lebanon Humanitarian Fund
American Near East Refugee Aid
Provision of critical food and hygiene material to 5,560 vulnerable Syrian and Lebanese households in North Lebanon (Tripoli & Minnieh-Dinnieh), Akkar (Sahel) and South Lebanon (including Nabatie) in response to the COVID19 Pandemic and the economic crisis; and provision of food, hot meals and hygiene material to those most vulnerable affected by the Beirut Blast 1,867,491 Paid Contribution #218344
Incoming
Lebanon Humanitarian Fund
ABAAD-Resource Center for Gender Equality
Closing Gaps in PSEA Prevention and Response among Humanitarian Workers and Vulnerable Populations in Lebanon. 154,796 Paid Contribution #218343
Incoming
Lebanon Humanitarian Fund
CARE International
CARE International in Lebanon’s COVID 19 Response for 5560 Lebanese and Syrian Refugee (60% Syrian and 40% Lebanese) households in Baalbek, The Beqaa Valley, Beirut and Mount Lebanon & Provision of FOOD/WASH parcels to the most vulnerable population affected by the Beirut explosion 164,259 Paid Contribution #218338
Incoming
Lebanon Humanitarian Fund
Caritas Lebanon Migrants Center
Alleviating the impact of the COVID-19 crisis on vulnerable older persons, persons with disabilities, persons with serious medical conditions, and other persons with specific needs from the refugee and host communities, including Syrians, Palestinians from Lebanon and Syria, migrants, other nationalities, and Lebanese, in Mount Lebanon, North Lebanon, South Lebanon, and Bekaa, through the provision of Protection and Health services, including Emergency Cash Assistance, Protection Cash Assistance, and the financial contribution of patient share hospitalisation fees & Provision of Emergency Cash Assistance as part of a holistic protection approach to the those most vulnerable affected by the Beirut port blast. 737,527 Commitment #218333
Internal
Lebanon Humanitarian Fund
Young Men’s Christian Association
Procurement of the most needed 6 chronic medication as a health response to Beirut explosion 600,000 Commitment #218331
Incoming
United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-HABITAT)
Ensuring shelter options for the most vulnerable families evacuated from their homes as a result of the Beirut Port explosion (part of 20-RR-HAB-002)
Emergency Shelter and NFI
100,000 Paid Contribution #217150
Incoming
United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-HABITAT)
Ensuring shelter options for the most vulnerable families evacuated from their homes as a result of the Beirut Port explosion (part of 20-RR-HAB-002)
Emergency Shelter and NFI
100,000 Paid Contribution #217149
Incoming
United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-HABITAT)
Ensuring shelter options for the most vulnerable families evacuated from their homes as a result of the Beirut Port explosion (part of 20-RR-HAB-002)
Emergency Shelter and NFI
800,000 Paid Contribution #217148
Incoming
World Health Organization
Responding to emergency critical health needs resulting from the Beirut explosion
Health
4,000,009 Paid Contribution #217147
Incoming
World Food Programme
By improving infrastructure at Beirut Port, this project contributes to the continuity of port operations, focusing on grain handling for food security and critical humanitarian cargo. This infrastructure contribution will be closely coordinated with and integrated in the Government’s national plans for the overall rehabilitation of the port. WFP’s proposed contribution to this effort is two-fold: 1) Establishing a temporary bulk and break bulk receiving facility at Beirut Port and 2) providing cargo handling equipment and operational support assets to support the Government.
Food Security
999,481 Paid Contribution #217146
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