Enhancing access to Reproductive Health services to women and girls at risk and persons with specific needs across Lebanon (20-UF-FPA-010)
|Recipient UN Agency||UNFPA|
|Emergency type||Post-conflict Needs|
|Beneficiary types||Host communities, Refugees|
The project consists of Health sector engagement - procuring RH drugs and contraceptives to MOPH to be dispensed to women and girls at risk and persons with specific needs through 236 primary health care centers, 150 dispensaries and 29 governmental hospitals. The project targets 286,866 women, men, and adolescent girls and boys Syrian refugees, host community, Palestinian refugees and other vulnerable groups across Lebanon, out of which 7,458 are Persons with Disabilities. Also the National AIDS program at MOPH will use the RH drugs and contraceptives provided under CERF to meet the needs of its target population of people living with HIV and high risk groups (Men who have sex with men (MSM), Female sex workers (FSW) and Injectable drug users (IDUs).