View from the Lockdown: Children and youth’s experience of COVID-19 in Lebanon

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Save the Children International

Save the Children carried out a survey in Lebanon to understand children and youth’s perspectives during the current COVID-19 lockdown and restrictions introduced in response to the outbreak.

The research asked 137 children and youth of different nationalities – including Lebanese, Syrian refugees, Palestinian refugees residing in Lebanon and Palestinian refugees from Syria- and socio-economic backgrounds, including out of school children, children engaged in child labour, and children with disabilities, about the current situation and its impact on their families, education and expectations for the future. This Summary Report provides an overview of the key findings of the research. It was conducted in March and April 2020.

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