Activity List

Returns a list of IATI Activities stored in OIPA.

Request parameters

  • activity_id (optional): Comma separated list of activity id's.
  • activity_scope (optional): Comma separated list of iso2 country codes.
  • recipient_country (optional): Comma separated list of iso2 country codes.
  • recipient_region (optional): Comma separated list of region codes.
  • sector (optional): Comma separated list of 5-digit sector codes.
  • sector_category (optional): Comma separated list of 3-digit sector codes.
  • reporting_organisation_identifier (optional): Comma separated list of reporting organisation IATI identifiers.
  • participating_organisation (optional): Comma separated list of organisation id's.
  • total_budget_value_lte (optional): Less then or equal total budget value
  • total_budget_value_gte (optional): Greater then or equal total budget value
  • total_child_budget_value_lte (optional): Less then or equal total child budget value
  • total_child_budget_value_gte (optional): Greater then or equal total child budget value
  • planned_start_date_lte (optional): Date in YYYY-MM-DD format, returns activities earlier or equal to the given activity date.
  • planned_start_date_gte (optional): Date in YYYY-MM-DD format, returns activities later or equal to the given activity date.
  • actual_start_date_lte (optional): Date in YYYY-MM-DD format, returns activities earlier or equal to the given activity date.
  • actual_start_date_gte (optional): Date in YYYY-MM-DD format, returns activities later or equal to the given activity date.
  • planned_end_date_lte (optional): Date in YYYY-MM-DD format, returns activities earlier or equal to the given activity date.
  • planned_end_date_gte (optional): Date in YYYY-MM-DD format, returns activities later or equal to the given activity date.
  • actual_end_date_lte (optional): Date in YYYY-MM-DD format, returns activities earlier or equal to the given activity date.
  • actual_end_date_gte (optional): Date in YYYY-MM-DD format, returns activities later or equal to the given activity date.
  • activity_status (optional): Comma separated list of activity statuses.
  • hierarchy (optional): Comma separated list of activity hierarchies.
  • related_activity_id (optional): Comma separated list of activity ids. Returns a list of all activities mentioning these activity id's.
  • related_activity_type (optional): Comma separated list of RelatedActivityType codes.
  • related_activity_recipient_country (optional): Comma separated list of iso2 country codes.
  • related_activity_recipient_region (optional): Comma separated list of region codes.
  • related_activity_sector (optional): Comma separated list of 5-digit sector codes.
  • related_activity_sector_category (optional): Comma separated list of 3-digit sector codes.
  • transaction_provider_activity (optional): Comma separated list of activity id's.
  • transaction_date_year (optional): Comma separated list of years in which the activity should have transactions.

API request may include q parameter. This parameter controls text search and contains expected value.

By default, searching is performed on:

  • iati_identifier the IATI identifier
  • title narratives
  • description narratives
  • recipient_country recipient country code and name
  • recipient_region recipient region code and name
  • reporting_org ref and narratives
  • sector sector code and name
  • document_link url, category and title narratives
  • participating_org ref and narratives
  • other_identifier owner ref and narratives
  • contact_info all narratives for organisation, department, person name, job title & mailing address
  • location ref of location
  • country_budget_items narrative of budget item description
  • policy_marker narratives of policy marker
  • transaction ref and narratives of description, provider organisation, receiver organisation
  • related_activity ref of related activity
  • conditions narratives of condition
  • result narratives for result title, result description, result indicator title, result indicator description, result indicator period target comment, result indicator perioda ctual comment

To search on subset of these fields the q_fields parameter can be used, like so; q_fields=iati_identifier,title,description

Ordering

API request may include ordering parameter. This parameter controls the order in which results are returned.

Results can be ordered by:

  • title
  • planned_start_date
  • actual_start_date
  • planned_end_date
  • actual_end_date
  • start_date
  • end_date
  • activity_budget_value
  • activity_incoming_funds_value
  • activity_disbursement_value
  • activity_expenditure_value
  • activity_plus_child_budget_value

The user may also specify reverse orderings by prefixing the field name with '-', like so: -title

Aggregations

At the moment there's no direct aggregations on this endpoint.

The /activities/aggregations endpoint can be used for activity based aggregations.

Result details

Each item contains summarized information on the activity being shown, including the URI to activity details, which contain all information. To show more information in list view the fields parameter can be used. Example; fields=activity_id,title,country,any_field.

GET /api/activities/?reporting_organisation_identifier=LB-MOI-497
HTTP 200 OK
						Allow: GET, HEAD, OPTIONS
						Content-Type: application/json
						Vary: Accept
						
					{
    "count": 27,
    "next": "https://yoda.oipa.nl/api/activities/?page=2&reporting_organisation_identifier=LB-MOI-497",
    "previous": null,
    "results": [
        {
            "url": "https://yoda.oipa.nl/api/activities/1481729/",
            "iati_identifier": "LB-MOI-497-4.4",
            "title": {
                "id": 1481372,
                "narratives": [
                    {
                        "text": "Launch 2 nation-wide media campaigns to announce for ISF due-diligence and accountability role in addressing GBV issues and in responding to the GBV needs of women, and another one during the 16 Days of Activism",
                        "language": {
                            "code": "en",
                            "name": "English"
                        }
                    }
                ]
            },
            "descriptions": [
                {
                    "id": 1588921,
                    "type": {
                        "code": "4",
                        "name": "Other"
                    },
                    "narratives": [
                        {
                            "text": "Between October and December 2017, ABAAD launched a nation-wide media and advocacy campaign under the slogan “Life_for_Life” Campaign, with its primary goal of calling on decision-makers and legislators to amend Chapter Seven of the Penal Code to sentence incest rape perpetrators to life imprisonment. For this end, several bi-lateral meetings were held between October and November 2017, with official stakeholders to discuss ways of strengthening fair legislations with regards to protection of women form S-GBV. Moreover, this campaign has aimed at raising women’s awareness about the necessity to report sexual abuse, particularly due to the detrimental psychological damage that incest crimes leave on girls and women which might even lead to suicide and to promote the National GBV Helpline (81788178).",
                            "language": {
                                "code": "en",
                                "name": "English"
                            }
                        }
                    ]
                },
                {
                    "id": 1588920,
                    "type": {
                        "code": "3",
                        "name": "Target Groups"
                    },
                    "narratives": [
                        {
                            "text": "General community",
                            "language": {
                                "code": "en",
                                "name": "English"
                            }
                        }
                    ]
                }
            ],
            "transactions": "https://yoda.oipa.nl/api/activities/1481729/transactions/"
        },
        {
            "url": "https://yoda.oipa.nl/api/activities/1481731/",
            "iati_identifier": "LB-MOI-497-4.3",
            "title": {
                "id": 1481374,
                "narratives": [
                    {
                        "text": "Rolling-out the produced tool on sexual education in Lebanon in Arabic, through organizing a total of 64 sessions",
                        "language": {
                            "code": "en",
                            "name": "English"
                        }
                    }
                ]
            },
            "descriptions": [
                {
                    "id": 1588923,
                    "type": {
                        "code": "4",
                        "name": "Other"
                    },
                    "narratives": [
                        {
                            "text": "To follow activity 4.2",
                            "language": {
                                "code": "en",
                                "name": "English"
                            }
                        }
                    ]
                },
                {
                    "id": 1588922,
                    "type": {
                        "code": "3",
                        "name": "Target Groups"
                    },
                    "narratives": [
                        {
                            "text": "Male and Female youth",
                            "language": {
                                "code": "en",
                                "name": "English"
                            }
                        }
                    ]
                }
            ],
            "transactions": "https://yoda.oipa.nl/api/activities/1481731/transactions/"
        },
        {
            "url": "https://yoda.oipa.nl/api/activities/1481733/",
            "iati_identifier": "LB-MOI-497-4.2",
            "title": {
                "id": 1481376,
                "narratives": [
                    {
                        "text": "Production of an interactive toolkit on sexual education in Lebanon in Arabic, to ensure access to knowledge for male and female youth to sexual education",
                        "language": {
                            "code": "en",
                            "name": "English"
                        }
                    }
                ]
            },
            "descriptions": [
                {
                    "id": 1588926,
                    "type": {
                        "code": "4",
                        "name": "Other"
                    },
                    "narratives": [
                        {
                            "text": "In that vein, our partner, MARSA, an expert local organization on SRHR, conducted a KAP survey on SRHR in Lebanon. The objective of this ad hoc survey is the production of an interactive toolkit on sexual education and awareness for youth in Lebanon in the Arabic language. NGO front-liners working at the community level will be trained during different workshops on how to utilize the produced tool as part of sexual education, reproductive health, Sexual & Reproductive Health & Rights (SRHR), and Sexual & Gender-Based Violence (SGBV) prevention, in addition to providing mentorship and support during the implementation of the awareness sessions targeted for over 1300 socially-involved minor youths (boys and girls) scattered all over the Lebanese territories for age groups deduced from the KAP survey. The contacts made by MARSA for the KAP survey were collected from more than 8 organizations working with boys and girls all across Lebanon (Akkar, Baalbak-Hermel, Beirut, Beqaa, Mount Lebanon, Nabatyeh, North, South), with a focus on marginalized communities, including camps and informal settlements. However, Marsa delay in recruiting a Project Cooordinator, and challenges in responsiveness of contacted organizations, considering the sensitivity of the topic and the reluctance, and the holding back of collaboration of many contacted NGOs and Organizations, this consumed more time that was originally planned. To date, our partner MARSA has only completed the KAP survey, desk research and toolkit plan. In the next phase, our partnership is expected to continue, and the toolkit is to be completed. Close follow up is being made by ABAAD and our technical advisor in pushing the process effectively forward and we envision no further delay in completion and launch if this tool and start roll-out of the trainings.",
                            "language": {
                                "code": "en",
                                "name": "English"
                            }
                        }
                    ]
                },
                {
                    "id": 1588925,
                    "type": {
                        "code": "2",
                        "name": "Objectives"
                    },
                    "narratives": [
                        {
                            "text": "LLebanon is still considered a somewhat progressively conservative and religiously diverse society. Considering the sensitive nature of Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) in the region, there are very few accessible, thorough or holistic resources on the topic. SRHR is an imperative aspect of public health, psychological and personal health, and deeply impacts women and young girls, particularly those with less access to resources. This is two-fold. On one hand, lack of knowledge and access to SRHR exacerbates VAW and SGBV. Because there are very few resources about SRHR, women and young girls are more likely to be exposed to violence and sexual exploitation. On the other hand, lack of access to SRHR significantly increases health risks otherwise mitigated by knowledge and accessible services unwanted pregnancies, specifically HIV and other sexually transmitted infections (STIs).",
                            "language": {
                                "code": "en",
                                "name": "English"
                            }
                        }
                    ]
                },
                {
                    "id": 1588924,
                    "type": {
                        "code": "3",
                        "name": "Target Groups"
                    },
                    "narratives": [
                        {
                            "text": "Male and Female youth",
                            "language": {
                                "code": "en",
                                "name": "English"
                            }
                        }
                    ]
                }
            ],
            "transactions": "https://yoda.oipa.nl/api/activities/1481733/transactions/"
        },
        {
            "url": "https://yoda.oipa.nl/api/activities/1481734/",
            "iati_identifier": "LB-MOI-497-4.1",
            "title": {
                "id": 1481377,
                "narratives": [
                    {
                        "text": "Organize 12 training workshops targeting 324 ISF members on issues related to the Clinical Management of Rape and proper referral pathways.",
                        "language": {
                            "code": "en",
                            "name": "English"
                        }
                    }
                ]
            },
            "descriptions": [
                {
                    "id": 1588930,
                    "type": {
                        "code": "1",
                        "name": "General"
                    },
                    "narratives": [
                        {
                            "text": "These sessions aim to ensure proper implementation of law 293 related to domestic and sexual violence, provide training on women survivor’s protection needs, and maintain proper referral pathways. They will equip ISF centers with CMR PEP kits (post-exposure procedures in the case of rape/sexual assault). This is important as there are no unified national procedures for CMR, and ABAAD wants to ensure that the first persons of contact for victims of SGBV in the judicial/legal/investigative sphere (i.e. the ISF) are well-versed in the appropriate procedures for victims of sexual violence and assault. Through joint efforts, the ISF and ABAAD are raising awareness about crimes of sexual violence. In July 2017, ABAAD conducted a ToT on CMR sensitization for ISF senior officers. ISF then issued Memo # 339/204 s.4 in September 25th, 2017 on crimes of trafficking in persons and sexual assaults against women in Lebanon. This memo was then designed as a flyer (http://www.abaadmena.org/documents/ebook.1523729521.pdf) and poster (http://www.abaadmena.org/documents/ebook.1516286942.pdf) and distributed in the ISF Police Stations and to the public via checkpoints (ISF officers flagged down cars and passers-by, handing out pamphlets highlighting the laws protecting women and the role of the ISF in enforcing these statutes. The pamphlets include information on the steps women should take if they are experiencing any form of violence or harassment) Six meetings were then held with the head of the Internal Security Forces as well as the ISF Head of the Training and Research Department, where a MOU was signed between ABAAD and the ISF. These meetings resulted in an agreement between the ISF and ABAAD to 1) launch a national media campaign in 2018 on the ISF Due Diligence, and 2) conduct capacity building workshops for ISF members on the official memo, namely covering issues related to sexual assaults, clinical management of rape, as well as trafficking against women. Based on that, in November and December 2017, a ToT was issued to five high-ranking officers from the ISF. Weekly training sessions will then be given to more than twenty ISF officers per session to build their capacities on CMR and topics related to human trafficking and sexual assault, monitoring/identifying indicators, and conducting investigations. All ToTs conducted were done so with the objective of expanding the pool of trainers and ensure sustainability and a consistent flow of trainers within the Lebanese Internal Security Forces. This also dually acts as an exit strategy for ABAAD, as the ISF begins taking on the responsibility and due diligence in training its officers.",
                            "language": {
                                "code": "en",
                                "name": "English"
                            }
                        }
                    ]
                },
                {
                    "id": 1588929,
                    "type": {
                        "code": "2",
                        "name": "Objectives"
                    },
                    "narratives": [
                        {
                            "text": "These sessions aim to ensure proper implementation of law 293 related to domestic and sexual violence, provide training on women survivor’s protection needs, and maintain proper referral pathways. They will equip ISF centers with CMR PEP kits (post-exposure procedures in the case of rape/sexual assault). This is important as there are no unified national procedures for CMR, and ABAAD wants to ensure that the first persons of contact for victims of SGBV in the judicial/legal/investigative sphere (i.e. the ISF) are well-versed in the appropriate procedures for victims of sexual violence and assault.",
                            "language": {
                                "code": "en",
                                "name": "English"
                            }
                        }
                    ]
                },
                {
                    "id": 1588928,
                    "type": {
                        "code": "4",
                        "name": "Other"
                    },
                    "narratives": [
                        {
                            "text": "Between March and June 2017, 75 ISF members and officers across all Lebanese governorates received trainings on CMR sensitization through four (two-day) sessions",
                            "language": {
                                "code": "en",
                                "name": "English"
                            }
                        }
                    ]
                },
                {
                    "id": 1588927,
                    "type": {
                        "code": "3",
                        "name": "Target Groups"
                    },
                    "narratives": [
                        {
                            "text": "Internal Security Forces members",
                            "language": {
                                "code": "en",
                                "name": "English"
                            }
                        }
                    ]
                }
            ],
            "transactions": "https://yoda.oipa.nl/api/activities/1481734/transactions/"
        },
        {
            "url": "https://yoda.oipa.nl/api/activities/1481736/",
            "iati_identifier": "LB-MOI-497-3.7",
            "title": {
                "id": 1481379,
                "narratives": [
                    {
                        "text": "Launch a nation-wide media campaign to announce for the help-line GBV holistic services",
                        "language": {
                            "code": "en",
                            "name": "English"
                        }
                    }
                ]
            },
            "descriptions": [
                {
                    "id": 1588933,
                    "type": {
                        "code": "1",
                        "name": "General"
                    },
                    "narratives": [
                        {
                            "text": "The campaign included an out-door campaign along with a promotional TV spot (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FM8KcrPKIR8) . The TVC portrays a man’s voice self-reflecting on conflicting emotions: fear, sadness, and anger. Emotions that have resulted of tiredness, stress, irritation, and at times a feeling of ineptitude and inadequacy. The trigger of these stressors were the loss of an income source among other reasons. \"Do I lose control, or do I cry?\" pondering this man’s voice. Facing this self-reflection, we see an abused woman trying to hide the bruises on her face, and another woman not showing any bruise, as the silence sometimes hurts much more than any word could. The campaign introduced the services of the Men Center to the general audience as it was able to reach a nation-wide audience through 1000 billboards across the country, tens of community awareness sessions with men along with Men Center Line number distribution, social media and tens of media outputs. The TVC calls for men to consider the effects that anger, abuse, neglect, or violence could have on men’s families. It warns them not to wait until it is too late. It informs them that the low-cost, confidential, and anonymous services of the Men Center is a phone call away. On another note, the project/the Netherlands contributed as well to the 16 Days National campaign of Activism Against VAW 2017 Advocacy campaign calling upon increased sentences in case of incestuous rape by covering printed and audiovisual materials promoting the central Helpline (81788178) to ensure accessibility of GBV survivors to protection services and encourage disclosure. Direct link to Poster: http://www.abaadmena.org/documents/ebook.1511865964.jpg flyers: http://www.abaadmena.org/documents/ebook.1513600656.pdf TVC: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g5nejQHvKIU",
                            "language": {
                                "code": "en",
                                "name": "English"
                            }
                        }
                    ]
                },
                {
                    "id": 1588932,
                    "type": {
                        "code": "2",
                        "name": "Objectives"
                    },
                    "narratives": [
                        {
                            "text": "As a part of ABAAD’s advocacy strategy, the First organized media campaign aims to shed light on holistic services available to survivors to ensure their accessibility That being said, in 2017, ABAAD conducted two nation-wide campaigns to promote the up-scaled Men Center services (71283820). The campaign aimed at sensitizing the public audience in Lebanon about the services of the Men Center.s",
                            "language": {
                                "code": "en",
                                "name": "English"
                            }
                        }
                    ]
                },
                {
                    "id": 1588931,
                    "type": {
                        "code": "3",
                        "name": "Target Groups"
                    },
                    "narratives": [
                        {
                            "text": "nation-wide media campaign to announce help-line for holistic GBV services",
                            "language": {
                                "code": "en",
                                "name": "English"
                            }
                        }
                    ]
                }
            ],
            "transactions": "https://yoda.oipa.nl/api/activities/1481736/transactions/"
        },
        {
            "url": "https://yoda.oipa.nl/api/activities/1481738/",
            "iati_identifier": "LB-MOI-497-3.6",
            "title": {
                "id": 1481381,
                "narratives": [
                    {
                        "text": "Establishing a new facility/space specifically tailored for women and girls (adolescents) who have MH challenges",
                        "language": {
                            "code": "en",
                            "name": "English"
                        }
                    }
                ]
            },
            "descriptions": [
                {
                    "id": 1588935,
                    "type": {
                        "code": "1",
                        "name": "General"
                    },
                    "narratives": [
                        {
                            "text": "In the last year, policy briefs and studies conducted by the GBV sector highlighted the need to establish a specialized service for GBV survivors with MH challenges. Based on these analyses, ABAAD met with MoSA in order to coordinate the launching of such a service, to ensure its sustainability. In recent months, ABAAD and MOSA, and based on several site visits chosen Jbeil surrounding as a hub for providing holistic services, from a Men Center to a shelter, and will be coordinating closely with MoSA’s Social Development Centers (SDCs)/The Women & Girls Safe SPace in the area. Moreover, ABAAD intend to proceed with a model of Mental Health facility, featuring high quality standardized physical structural and operational methodologies and technics, which is first of its kind in Lebanon. Thus, ABAAD is partnering with the Mental Health National Program MHNP related to the MoPH (MOU attached) to ensure the application of international standards and procedures related to mental health. In parallel, we initiated negotiations with MoSA in September to ensure their full engagement and buy-in throughout the project. However, due to ministerial bureaucracy as well as the political gridlock that occurred in November 2017 due to the resignation of Prime Minister, Saad Hariri, the deliverables and implementation of activities were hindered, causing potential delay beyond the timeframe of the project. In light of nature of this component, and project’s aim to strengthen the national system to carry beyond the funding period in better response to GBV, ABAAD ensured a slow rhythm in sensitizing concerned ministries in importance of this component/service type, conducted various lobby meeting inside ministries with various concerned department in addition to lobbying the top management decision makers. As a result fo the process, both Ministries officially are engaged in this component and willing to contribute and carry it later on with this service. The project will contribute with ensuring the construction of the facility following national standards and securing of full accreditation. MOSA from other side will be contributing largely to furniture and equipment and staff shifts….MOPH will be covering service’s fees, medications…etc. Hence, a request for no-cost extension will be possibly submitted for this activity for the part on start provision of services and reaching out of target in light of delay in completion of construction part of the facility.",
                            "language": {
                                "code": "en",
                                "name": "English"
                            }
                        }
                    ]
                },
                {
                    "id": 1588934,
                    "type": {
                        "code": "3",
                        "name": "Target Groups"
                    },
                    "narratives": [
                        {
                            "text": "GBV survivors residing in Lebanon",
                            "language": {
                                "code": "en",
                                "name": "English"
                            }
                        }
                    ]
                }
            ],
            "transactions": "https://yoda.oipa.nl/api/activities/1481738/transactions/"
        },
        {
            "url": "https://yoda.oipa.nl/api/activities/1481740/",
            "iati_identifier": "LB-MOI-497-3.5",
            "title": {
                "id": 1481383,
                "narratives": [
                    {
                        "text": "Provision of multi-sectoral services namely legal education sessions, psycho-therapy sessions, as well as CMR services for women survivors of SGBV",
                        "language": {
                            "code": "en",
                            "name": "English"
                        }
                    }
                ]
            },
            "descriptions": [
                {
                    "id": 1588938,
                    "type": {
                        "code": "2",
                        "name": "Objectives"
                    },
                    "narratives": [
                        {
                            "text": "Under this component, ABAAD is partnering as well with Women Working League Association (WWLA) to address the need to increase knowledge about legal rights and the Lebanese Labor Law, National Social Security Fund (NSSF) & Personal Status Codes. This legal education aims at empowering women to be more socially and socioeconomically engaged, as to decrease rates of structural and domestic violence Another partner, AFEL, a specialized CP and GBV national NGO, provided awareness sessions through art for 50 children at risk for or survivors of SGBV. Under the same activity, CFUWI has developed a flyer on the international protection mechanism and CEDAW convention, and has begun preparations for the awareness sessions about this subject Another partner,PALWHO, is a women organization targeting mainly Palestinian beneficiaries affected by GBV conducted vocational training for women.",
                            "language": {
                                "code": "en",
                                "name": "English"
                            }
                        }
                    ]
                },
                {
                    "id": 1588937,
                    "type": {
                        "code": "4",
                        "name": "Other"
                    },
                    "narratives": [
                        {
                            "text": "During the span of the reporting period, ABAAD’s WGSS provided psychiatric consultations for eight women, forensic doctor consultations for five women, case management sessions",
                            "language": {
                                "code": "en",
                                "name": "English"
                            }
                        }
                    ]
                },
                {
                    "id": 1588936,
                    "type": {
                        "code": "3",
                        "name": "Target Groups"
                    },
                    "narratives": [
                        {
                            "text": "Women SGBV survivors residing in Lebanon",
                            "language": {
                                "code": "en",
                                "name": "English"
                            }
                        }
                    ]
                }
            ],
            "transactions": "https://yoda.oipa.nl/api/activities/1481740/transactions/"
        },
        {
            "url": "https://yoda.oipa.nl/api/activities/1481742/",
            "iati_identifier": "LB-MOI-497-3.4",
            "title": {
                "id": 1481385,
                "narratives": [
                    {
                        "text": "Up-scaling the multi-sectoral services provided at the three Mid-Way transitional Houses with an additional socio-economic empowerment/livelihood component.",
                        "language": {
                            "code": "en",
                            "name": "English"
                        }
                    }
                ]
            },
            "descriptions": [
                {
                    "id": 1588940,
                    "type": {
                        "code": "4",
                        "name": "Other"
                    },
                    "narratives": [
                        {
                            "text": "As a part of ABAAD’s holistic and multi-sectoral services provided in the MWH, our team has conducted a pilot for six women in the Bekaa MWH, and plans to continue with the activity in the North and South MWH, In order to ensure the highest standard for the activities, ABAAD sub-contracted Safadi Foundation who is expert in this field. Safadi Foundation is a well-known NGO in Lebanon in the field of socio-economic development. The coordination between Safadi and ABAAD ensured the delivery of both a comprehensive system and the tailoring of the activities to women survivors of or at risk for SGBV. The two-fold nature of these activities ensures the best possible outcomes for the MWH beneficiaries. For example, based on an assessment done with women in the shelter, ABAAD teams are now providing sessions by a certified trainer on the basics of beauty care for any women with an interest or already established cosmetic skills. The aim of this is to tailor the socioeconomic development activities to the needs and interests of the women in the shelters, rather than provide generic trainings. In the next phase of the project, ABAAD will continue working with Safadi Foundation in providing socioeconomic and life skills training for women in the MWH. Furthermore, ABAAD will equip the current three MWH each with computer labs, and relevant space for language acquisition classes. These will mainly benefit women and girls’ survivors of GBV who are seeking shelters at ABAAD three Mid-Way Houses. Furthermore, the project cost-shared the printing of a BLS toolkit rtailored for GBV programming in shelters and open safe spaces to be used as mainstreamed continuous tool to build life skills of GBV survivors and enhance their socio-economic opportunities (Direct link to copy of the toolkit: http://www.abaadmena.org/programmes/primary-prevention/project-5ac4a308870c00-72052172)",
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                                "code": "en",
                                "name": "English"
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                    "id": 1588939,
                    "type": {
                        "code": "3",
                        "name": "Target Groups"
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                    "narratives": [
                        {
                            "text": "GBV survivors - residing in Lebanon",
                            "language": {
                                "code": "en",
                                "name": "English"
                            }
                        }
                    ]
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        {
            "url": "https://yoda.oipa.nl/api/activities/1481745/",
            "iati_identifier": "LB-MOI-497-3.3",
            "title": {
                "id": 1481388,
                "narratives": [
                    {
                        "text": "Organizing 8 community-based training programmes with around 120 male youth and boys on active-non violent attitudes and behaviors.",
                        "language": {
                            "code": "ar",
                            "name": "Arabic"
                        }
                    }
                ]
            },
            "descriptions": [
                {
                    "id": 1588941,
                    "type": {
                        "code": "3",
                        "name": "Target Groups"
                    },
                    "narratives": [
                        {
                            "text": "Male youth and boys",
                            "language": {
                                "code": "ar",
                                "name": "Arabic"
                            }
                        }
                    ]
                }
            ],
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        {
            "url": "https://yoda.oipa.nl/api/activities/1481746/",
            "iati_identifier": "LB-MOI-497-3.2",
            "title": {
                "id": 1481389,
                "narratives": [
                    {
                        "text": "Up-scaling/replicating the current Men Center Model to provide engendered psycho-therapy sessions for Men and male youth with abusive behaviors.",
                        "language": {
                            "code": "en",
                            "name": "English"
                        }
                    }
                ]
            },
            "descriptions": [
                {
                    "id": 1588944,
                    "type": {
                        "code": "4",
                        "name": "Other"
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                    "narratives": [
                        {
                            "text": "IAlternatively and as stated in original project document, and in order to mitigate any delay, ABAAD raised the proposition to replicate the Men Center through MOSA existent SDC structures and the Ministry agreed on establishing Men Centers in three main areas in Lebanon: the South , the Northern ML and Baalbek and to contribute fully to provide the location and its operational expenses from MOSA side. The centers of the MOSA ensures very long term sustainability. Moreover, ABAAD is familiar with the MOSA structure and its hierarchical system and has been able to work within and around it, based on the signed MoU between ABAAD and MoSA. As such, no challenges are foreseen on that front and this buy-in from MOSA can ensure sustainability of the service beyond the project. Furthermore, replicating these structures underMOSA can come as complementarity step for the roll-out of the National GBV SOP being led by MOSA and can open the gate for wider replication across the country beyond the three centers solely. The 3 areas were strategically chosen based on a service gap needs’ identification. More specifically, Baalback was chosen to complement ABAAD’s Case Management Unit in Labweh & MWH in Beqaa. South/Bisariyyeh also complement the Women & Girls Safe Space in Bint Jbeil and the MWH in Southern Mount lebanon. MoSA will contribute with the physical structure, and ABAAD will refurbish and equip the centers, and will be responsible of the staff recruitment, personnel management and training, and all Human Resources related matters. Both centers are expected to begin running in the first half of 2018. In the interim, the center in Beirut was upscaled to accommodate more capacity of sessions with men. As a direct result of the Men Center refresher campaign in September 2017, promoting as well the center’s line, ABAAD witnessed an increased number of beneficiaries at the center, from both refugee and host communities. Hence, the center in Beirut now can accommodate sessions in parallel in addition to a large space for support group sessions and stress & anger management workshops. The following phase for this activity is two-fold. First, ABAAD will organize bilateral meetings with ministries and local authorities to concretize and establish the Men Center across Lebanon, as well as homogenize the aforementioned SOP across actors in Lebanon. 1) MoJ: sign a memo to concretize referrals to Men Centers in application of law 293 and the courts applying it 2) ISF: sign a memo to concretize referrals to Men Centers in application of law 293, as well as a gender-sensitive and appropriate procedures related to referring victims of SGBV. The ISF, within this project and in parallel to this activity, is being trained in procedures of referring trafficking victims and will be trained additionally on the developed SOP and its referral pathway. 3) MoSA: sign an MOU for the upscaling of the Men Centers in order to homogenize referral pathways to the Men Center, as well as the Red Cross and/or SDC for the provision of these services.",
                            "language": {
                                "code": "en",
                                "name": "English"
                            }
                        }
                    ]
                },
                {
                    "id": 1588943,
                    "type": {
                        "code": "1",
                        "name": "General"
                    },
                    "narratives": [
                        {
                            "text": "Since the start of the project, ABAAD assessed the possibility of replicating the Men Center services at the Lebanese Red Cross (LRC) structures in both Tripoli and Saida and beyond. After several meetings with LRC head and concerned team, ABAAD identified possible challenges to proceed with LRC due to their hierarchical structure that might pose delays related to the prolonged and timely procedures they require, and that would span beyond the timeframe of the project. Furthermore, LRC is in process of developing their own internal GBV SOP system, and were leaning more towards on completing that process before deciding on scope of engagement in the GBV response (whether with men or women).",
                            "language": {
                                "code": "en",
                                "name": "English"
                            }
                        }
                    ]
                },
                {
                    "id": 1588942,
                    "type": {
                        "code": "3",
                        "name": "Target Groups"
                    },
                    "narratives": [
                        {
                            "text": "Men and male youth with abusive behaviors",
                            "language": {
                                "code": "en",
                                "name": "English"
                            }
                        }
                    ]
                }
            ],
            "transactions": "https://yoda.oipa.nl/api/activities/1481746/transactions/"
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