Balancing water stress and human crises in the Bekaa Valley

Reflect & Act
PDF (187.87 KB)
Published: October 2016
Reflect and Act
Product code:17383IIED

In 2016, IIED launched a nine-month investigation to explore the interest of actors in the Lebanese environment, water and energy sectors to collaborate around building resilience in the drylands. Preliminary findings showed significant environmental challenges and concerns in need of research. There is also scope to explore how public investments could tackle water, energy, environment, climate change and humanitarian objectives in a more integrated way. Based on these initial findings and interest, IIED continues to explore the shared challenges with local, national and international stakeholders and actors.

Cite this publication

King-Okumu, C., Jaafar, H. and Archer, D. (2016). Balancing water stress and human crises in the Bekaa Valley. .
Available at