Upgrading municipal services and improving infrastructure to help mitigate the impact of refugees on Lebanon 

Responding to priority needs in various sectors


Establishing and developing water networks

Solid Waste

Establishing Solid Waste Facilities

Waste Water

Establishing and developing waste water networks and treatment plants


The infrastructure approach consists of:

Targeting deprived communities in the North and Beqaa
Identifying communities with high concentration of Syrian refugees namely in the North and Beqaa, in addition to other communities classified as poverty zones. View more

Communities Mobilization and Rapid Participatory Assessment
Conducting rapid participatory appraisal (RPA) in the identified communities to assess the socio- economic conditions. View more

Projects Identification
Selecting identified priority projects based on a set of validated criteria. View more

Delivery of municipal services in hosting communities
Upgrading municipal services and improving infrastructure in hosting communities in the North and Beqaa as well as in other deprived communities, to help mitigate the impact of the Refugees crisis on the Lebanese communities.  View more

Projects Implementation, Monitoring and Evaluation
Selected projects are implemented in full transparency under the ESFD supervision.Monitoring and Evaluation is conducted by local committees and outer evaluators to assess the projects impact on the living conditions, upon specific criteria.   View more

Projects Distribution by Sector

Solid Waste
Waste Water

Geographical Distribution by Governorate

Financing Infrastructure Projects



About 790,000

Communities benefitted till now

The Infrastructure Program targets the most vulnerable areas all over the Lebanese territory