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List of the 17 Selected Projects – 1st Round (2012) .

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– Municipality of Saida: Promoting Sports as a Tool to Build Linkages between Various CSOs
– Municipality of Barouk-Freydis: Promoting Sustainable Tourism in the Chouf Region

– Union of Municipalities of Jezzine: Agricultural Center focused on processing olives
– Municipality of Abra: Supporting Youth Development Through Vocational Training
– Municipality of Sour: Reviving the Handicrafts Sector in Sour to Promote Sustainable Tourism
– Municipality of Qosaybeh: Facilitating Continued Local Dialogue through Public Space
– Municipality of Khinchara El-Jwar: Establishing trails and eco-tourism – Droubna project
– Municipality of Kahale: Public park and touristic point of attraction
– Municipality of Kawkaba: Rural tourism venue: restaurant & point of sales – Model Village project
– Union of Al Bouhayra: Rural tourism center – River House project
– Municipality of Ainata El Arz: Cold storage facility for fruits
– Municipality of Ehmej: Cold storage, sorting and packaging facility for fruits
– Municipality of Bazbina: Improvement and Rehabilitation of the Irrigation Water Conveyance Network
– Municipality of Deir Amar: Expanding the services of the existing Deir Aamar Municipal Charity Dispensary
– Municipality of Edde: Ecological adventure park in the Bentael Reserve
– Municipality of Jounieh: Enhancing the fishermen’s port
– Municipality of Kousba: Community public park

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Within the framework of "BALADI" program funded by the US Agency for International Development in Lebanon (USAID), "Statistics Lebanon" outsourced by Rene Moawad Foundation and Caritas Lebanon is conducting a survey to measure the improvement of public services in the selected municipalities for the first round of "BALADI" program through the perception of various number of community representatives from the targeted local communities.
Caritas Lebanon
Rene Moawad Foundation
Beyond Beirut