The 2022 Lebanon Crisis Response Plan (LCRP) brings together 126 partner organizations to assist more than 3.2 million crisis-affected people living in Lebanon. In 2022, US$3.2 billion is required to meet urgent needs and provide protection and immediate relief assistance to 1.5 million displaced Syrians, 1.5 million vulnerable Lebanese, 29,100 Palestine refugees from Syria and 180,000 Palestine refugees in Lebanon, while seeking to mitigate the impacts of the Syria crisis on Lebanon’s infrastructure, economy and public institutions.
Since 2015, Lebanon has received over US$8.2 billion in support for displaced Syrians, vulnerable Lebanese and Palestine refugees under the LCRP. The assistance made possible by donor contributions and implemented by humanitarian, government and development partners under the LCRP, along with the exceptional hospitality of Lebanese communities, has brought substantial, vitally needed support across all sectors and has prevented an even greater deterioration of living conditions for hundreds of thousands of vulnerable people in Lebanon.
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