The Women, Peace and Security Agenda is implemented through an enabling environment that supports women's participation in conflict prevention
Implementation of the Women, Peace and Security Agenda and supporting communities through for women's participation an enabling environment and promoting social equality.
Syrian women refugees, vulnerable women and youth from host communities engage in income generation activities and strengthen their resilience
Number of personal status and other legal issues resolved
Number of national and/or local (multi) sectoral strategies, policies and/or action plans that are adopted with a focus on gender equality (CO)
- Complementary Indicator UNAIDS, UNDP, UNFPA, UNICEF
Number of adopted National Action Plans on Women, Peace and Security with monitoring indicators (CO)
SP 5.13.1: Number of institutions of the justice and security sectors with strengthened capacity to mainstream gender perspectives and promote the rights of women and girls in conflict, post-conflict and other crisis situations
SP 5.13.2: Number of sexual and gender-based violence justice experts deployed to national, regional and international accountability mechanisms(Not for country reporting)
SP 5.13.3: Number of civil society organizations and networks, directly supported by UN-Women to influence peace processes
# of women and youth surveyed to identify training needs
A joint UN plan is developed to implement NAP 1325.
# of social & psycho-support services provided to women
# of women benfitting from services
4.1.2 C Number of referred cases of SGBV that have access to enhance and quality multisectoral services.
4.1.2 D Number of women who receive GBV awareness through trainings.
4.2.1 E Number of awareness campaigns on GBV
# of CSOs received training on gender mainstreaming
# of Roundtable s to disucss the UNSCR 1325/2242
Number of oral history activities organized
Number of personal status and other legal issues resolved.
Number of women/children provided with psycho-social care.
Number of advocacy meetings held to advocate for granting children of the missing of non-Lebanese fathers the right to remain in the country.
Number of women members of the Commission
Average score of women, men, girls and boys on Gender Equitable Men Scale
Percentage of young men and young women who report positive behavioral change toward gender equality
Number of people indirectly benefiting from the response
Number of thematic interagency mechanisms/teams that effectively address gender mainstreaming in priority areas (CO, RO, HQ)
The Women, Peace and Security Agenda is implemented through an enabling environment that supports women's participation in conflict preventionThis outcome was achieved. During 2022, government, the UN and civil society continued to implement the NAP 1325, generating important results for Lebanon. With the NAP ending in 2023, it is estimated by the National Commission for Lebanese Women that 90% of interventions in the 1325 NAP that have been implemented or are on track (75 % implemented and 15 % on track). In achieving this, UN Women supported the NCLW to roll out NAP implementation, coordination and monitoring structures, while directly implementing elements of the NAP, including creating a national mediation platform and implementing mediation, dialogue and peacebuilding actions at the national and community level. Through UN Women support, eighteen Lebanese women peacebuilders and mediators strengthened their efforts to address conflict and promote dialogue and reconciliation at the community level – leading cross community dialogues on the past. 260 women from across Lebanon conducted more than 20 mediation and peacebuilding actions at community level on de-escalating conflict and dealing with the past. Targeted women mediators and peacebuilders report improved levels of tolerance and acceptance amongst each other, upgraded skills, and a stronger commitment to promoting peace and reconciliation in their communities. UN Women, in partnership with the Government of Switzerland, established a women’s national peacebuilding network in Lebanon - a commitment under Lebanon’s National Action Plan 2019-2023 on UNSCR 1325. The network will be launched publicly in May 2023. Through 16 local women’s rights organization funded through WPHF, more than 2000 Women increased the level of their participation in recovery and peacebuilding processes. The grantees empowered women from diverse groups, including LBTIQ, members of local civil society, elderly women, community members, socio-economic vulnerable groups, sex workers, young women among others.
Disclaimer and notes
References to Kosovo shall be understood to be in the context of United Nations Security Council resolution 1244 (1999).