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In response to the recently endorsed national youth policy by the Lebanese Council of Ministers on April 3 and launched by President Michel Sleiman on December 1, UNFPA supported a project on enhancing youth institutional capacity on advocacy with focus on heath and high risk behaviors.

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In the year 2012, and in view of the conflict situations affecting displaced people and mainly women and girls, UNFPA.

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Over the years, UNFPA has worked closely with government institutions, civil society organizations, academic institutions, media, etc… for the advancement of women through promoting legal measures, raising awareness and supporting research and training

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A general evolution of research seems apparent from a start with highlighting the problem (more than ten years ago and at present) to considering what could be done to tackle GBV; to reflecting on what has been done and attempting to highlight best practices, gaps and emerging needs. 

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UNFPA, the United Nations Population Fund in Lebanon is pleased to present the second issue of TANSEEQ for Ending Gender Based Violence (GBV) in Lebanon newsletter. This newsletter provides a comprehensive snapshot of activities in the area of GBV undertaken during the second half of 2010 in Lebanon.

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Since 2008, UNFPA has been leading the implementation of a project - supported by the Government of Italy – aiming at mainstreaming and institutionalizing Gender Based Violence (GBV) in national planning and development. 

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Existing GBV training materials and resources were identified (through communications with the Client and key initial stakeholders), gathered and analysed. This early documentation highlighted further resources and a need to pinpoint the meaning of “resource”. 

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UNFPA Lebanon takes pride in the vast pool of existing and new partners entrusted with executing numerous aspects of the country programme or simply affirming their strong alliance and support to ICPD and MDG agendas.

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The Ministry of Social Affairs is pleased to introduce the third issue of the newsletter TANSEEQ for Ending Gender-Based Violence (GBV) in Lebanon. The problem of violence has grown into a main social concern for the Ministry, which decided to list it among its top priorities.

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Unique in the Arab world and in the MENA region, CAWTAR is an international, non-governmental organization with full diplomatic status, established through an agreement between the Arab Gulf Program for Development (AGFUND) and the Tunisian Government and based in Tunis.

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