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Min Lla

Year Programme Began:2016

Lebanon hosts 1.5 million Syrians who have fled conflict, 76% of whom are living below the poverty line.

In 2016, “Min Ila”, a cash transfer pilot programme for displaced Syrian children in Lebanon, was launched.

The programme was designed to reduce negative coping strategies and barriers to children’s school attendance.

An impact evaluation was carried out to monitor impacts and provide evidence to inform future decisions.

Type Title Theme(s) Year Citation
Video Min Ila: Cash Transfer Programme for Displaced Syrian Children in Lebanon 2019 Min Ila: Cash Transfer Programme for Displaced Syrian Children in Lebanon
Op-Ed Using cash transfers to support displaced children: experiences from Jordan and Lebanon Humanitarian Settings Using cash transfers to support displaced children: experiences from Jordan and Lebanon
Blog No Lost Generation: Cash transfers for displaced Syrian children in Lebanon Education and Child Labour; Humanitarian Settings 2018

No Lost Generation: Cash transfers for displaced Syrian children in Lebanon. Jacob de Hoop (UNICEF Office of Research Innocenti), June 2018.