Stories From the Field: Food security programme in Lebanon helps Syrian families to improve nutrition during COVID-19
|Post date||Tuesday, 29 June, 2021 - 16:23|
|Document Type||Advocacy Note|
|Sources||Food Security Cluster / Sector|
|Filed under||Stories From the Field|
As part of the Cash and Markets Working Group case-studies from the field series, this one details how FSC partner Action Against Hunger implemented a fresh food voucher programme for displaced Syrians in Lebanon, despite COVID-19 restrictions, a highly unstable economic environment and lack of humanitarian access. The vouchers help families boost their food intake as well as improve their diets and nutrition, leading to greater resilience potential and boosting beneficiaries’ ownership over their food choices.
Read how it works here: