Humanitarian Knowledge Base
About the project
The Humanitarian Knowledge Base aims at reflecting on, documenting, and analysing previous humanitarian crises (notably 2006 and 2007) in view of consolidating these experiences, tools and practices. It intends to inform current and future humanitarian initiatives for more efficient, effective, and coordinated planning, and to reduce and mitigate vulnerabilities. The Humanitarian Knowledge Base includes data and evidence-based research and analysis, resources, an interactive mapping of local actors, and an aggregated online library on humanitarian work and concerns in Lebanon, and aims to develop best practices indicators for humanitarian work in the country.
Research & Analysis
Investigative Articles
By: Madeleine Maxwell Hart | August, 2016
This articles investigates attitudes towards volunteering within Lebanon in the context of war, instability, poverty, sectarian divides,...