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Aug 31, 2016 - The Food Security sector in Lebanon is working to: OUTCOME 1) ... agricultural technical schools (of which 65% are girls) and more than.
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Food Security Jan - Aug 2016 Dashboard The quarterly dashboard summarizes the progress made by partners involved in the Lebanon Crisis Response and highlights trends affecting people in need. The Food Security sector in Lebanon is working to: OUTCOME 1) Promote food availability; OUTCOME 2) Promote food accessibility; OUTCOME 3) Promote food utilization; OUTCOME 4) Promote food stabilization.

Targeted Population groups

2016 Funding Status as of 31 August 2016

Received

Population reached by cohort

1,4 m (People in Need)

214.7 m

Syrian 871,827 individual

Reached

Required $260.9 m

0,87 m 1,1 m Targeted

473.5 m

Poor Lebanese PRS PRL

783,794 44,557 42,983 493

Progress against targets Activities

Outputs/Outcomes

reached / target

reached / target

OUTCOME 1: Promote food availability # of individuals reached with cash based food assistance

758,397 / 889,120

# of individuals reached with in-kind food assistance Amount of cash for food transferred through vouchers, ATM cards and e-cards

105,057 / 50,200

# of vulnerable people reached with in-kind food assistance % of farmers with enhanced farming production

18.3%

105,057/ 50,200 4,163/22,700

OUTCOME 2: Promote food accessibility 146.06 m / 334.87 m

# of farmers trained/received material on sustainable agriculture and livestock production

2,000 / 22,724

# of individuals trained on monitoring of diseases

1,950/ 16,446

# of individuals benefitting from micro-gardens

2,580 / 10,000

# of new gardens created and provided with equipment/inputs

171/2000

# of national institution staff trained

% of vulnerable people reached with cash based food assistance

OUTCOME 3: Promote food utilization % of individuals supported with nutritional practices (trained+gardens)

25.8%

OUTCOME 4: Promote stabilization # of national institutions involved in food security supported

80%

0%

2,580 / 10,000

4/5

100%

Age/Gender breakdown

201 / 500

49% 51%

100%

0%

85% 758,397 /889,120

# of farmers trained/received material on sustainable agriculture and livestock production.

Poor Lebanese 33% 77%

# of individuals benefitting from micro-gardens

Displaced Syrians

Analysis Akkar

Amount of USD injected in the cash based food assistance system $20.8 $20.2 20 16

$18.3 $15.2

$19.0

$18.3

North 110

$19.0

$15.2

Beirut

8 4 JanuaryFebruary March

April

May

June

July

August

267

South 57 El Nabatieh

432 Prepared by the Food Security Sector Working Group-Lebanon

Hermel 330

Mount Lebanon

12

0

262

Bekaa 274

# of farmers trained/received material on sustainable agriculture and livestock production

For more information contact the Food Security coordination Nadine Abdel Khalek [email protected], Pardie Karamanoukian [email protected], Elena Rovaris [email protected]

Sector progress The Food Security Sector partners are currently implementing targeted programmes which enhance direct access to food for the most vulnerable, combined with activities promoting dietary diversity, sustainable agriculture and rural livelihoods. A combination of direct food assistance responding to immediate short-ter