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Lebanon Country Programming Framework 2016 to 2019
The CPF-Lebanon 2016–2019 will address two main government priority areas: Government priority one “to expand economic and livelihood opportunities benefiting local economies and the most vulnerable communities” and Government Priority two “to improve performance of the agricultural sector contributing to the economic, social, environmental and sustainable rural development”.

National Strategy for Conservation and Management of Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture in Lebanon 2015 - 2035

Despite its limited area of 10 452 km2, the phyto-geographic position of Lebanon as a geo-centre between the three continents of the Old World makes it a hot spot for regional surrounding biodiversity.

Also Available in: Arabic

Assessment of Treated Wastewater for Agriculture in Lebanon

The purpose of this study is to provide an updated and comprehensive database of information on the status and progresses made on the use of treated wastewater in Lebanon, to highlight data gaps and inconsistencies, and assess the potentialities of TWW using a case study approach in Caza (Province) through a GIS multilayer analysis.

Also Available in: Arabic

Good Practices

Emergency Vaccination against Transboundary Animal Disease in Lebanon

The large influx of Syrian refugees into Lebanon, an estimated 1.5 million, constitutes a major challenge for the country. Many refugees arrive in the neighbouring countries with a large number of unvaccinated livestock, thereby increasing the risk of transboundary animal diseases (TADs). 

The impact of the Syrian crisis on the agriculture sector is particularly worrying, as this is the main source of income and livelihoods for a large proportion of the population – notably for the poorest and most vulnerable hosting communities in rural areas. 

The agricultural sector in Lebanon and particularly the milk and dairy segment represents one of the major sources of income for rural poor farming communities in Lebanon. FAO, in collaboration with the Government of Lebanon’s Ministry of Agriculture (MoA) and thanks to funding from the Lebanese Recovery Fund (LRF), executed two projects, over a period of four years, to kick-start sustainable milk production and improvement of the food safety standards of the dairy industry in Lebanon.