The Lebanon Recovery Fund
After the July 2006 destructive war, the Government of Lebanon together with the United Nations initiated a major recovery plan for Lebanon. During the Stockholm conference of the same year; Spain, Romania and Sweden pledged a contribution of around USD 46 Million constituting a Multi Partner Trust Fund: “The Lebanon Recovery Fund”.
The LRF funded 25 projects targeting the sectors of renewable energy, water management, local development, livelihoods and economic recovery, local socio-economic development and institutional capacity building. LRF projects are implemented by six UN Agencies in Lebanon in close coordination with the LRF M&E Unit hosted at the MoET.
For additional information on LRF, please click on the following links: UNDP factsheet - LRF overview (UN)
- (08/10/2018) Regarding the necessary measures and procedures to be taken to control the private electricity generators tariff
- (17/08/2018) Minister Raed Khoury, issued a statement explaining how the electricity tariff is calculated for the subscribers in Electricité de Zahlé (EDZ)
- (03/08/2018) Clarifying statement in response to what was widely reported in terms of the human health risk caused by the nuts
- (17/07/2018) Project related to the workflow system automation files administration and paper documents archiving at the General Directorate of the Ministry of Economy