Now I Can Provide Dinner for My Children

I met Fadia during summer, in the Minieh district, Northern Lebanon. She lives in a collective shelter located atop a hill, in an unfinished building a few kilometers away from a small village.

To access the building, Fadia must climb up terraces; the path is steep and difficult, absolutely unsecured, winding through rocks, trees and wild grass. The road that passes in front of the door on the other side of the building is closed to the refugees because the landlord won’t allow them to use the main entrance.

What’s Behind the Consortium? LCC staff share their experience.

The Lebanon Cash Consortium (LCC) is a premiere in the humanitarian field in Lebanon. six INGOs working together on one programme, aiming at harmonizing cash assistance at a national level.

Multipurpose Cash Assistance has proven to be one of the most efficient humanitarian response in Lebanon. With diversified needs and a scattered population living in different type of shelter and places (from towns to informal settlements), Syrian refugees are relying mostly on cash to address their needs.