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Syrian refugee children in an informal tented settlement in Lebanon. Photo: Russell Watkins/DfID

Adolescent boys and youth in Lebanon: a review of the evidence

29.06.20 | Bodily integrity and freedom from violence | Lebanon

Authors

Sally Youssef

This evidence review summarises what is known about adolescent boys’ and youth well-being in Lebanon, with a focus on similarities and differences among host and refugee communities. The review draws on published and grey literature and is organised according to the GAGE conceptual framework which looks at six key capability domains: i) education and learning, ii) bodily integrity and freedom from violence, iii) health and nutrition, iv) psychsocial well-being, v) voice and agency and vi) economic empowerment.

Suggested citation

Youssef, S. (2020) Adolescent boys and youth in Lebanon. A review of the evidence. Report. London: Gender and Adolescence: Global Evidence


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