This report explores how organisations in Lebanon are putting their child protection policies into practice in non-formal education (NFE) settings. The study employed qualitative data collection to interview and hold focus group discussions with pupils and staff in 10 NFE sites, purposively selected to cover different regions with diverse socio-economic and cultural characteristics, including with Syrian refugees and disadvantaged host communities. The report shared examples of good practice and challenges to support organisations to learn from each other. A number of recommendations have been put forward for donors and partners, teachers, Child Protection Officers and higher management.
This report is available in English and Arabic, and a video sharing the findings is also available.