The Observatory of Public Policies and Health is looking for a research assistant experienced in qualitative design to assist in the implementation of the project entitled: Access of Syrian Refugees to COVID-19 Testing in Lebanon
The Observatory has produced a research project that focuses on the abuse of women migrant domestic workers (WMDW). Abuse against WMDW is a serious public health concern in the Middle East. Previous studies have been previously carried out that explore the different forms of abuse as perceived by WMDW, however, this study is the first that describes abuse of WMDW as perceived by recruitment agency managers, in violation to the ILO Convention No. 189.
This project, titled “Justifying abuse of women migrant domestic workers in Lebanon: the opinion of recruitment agencies”, has been published in the journal “Gaceta Sanitaria”.
This campaign is organized by the Lebanese International University and the Observatory of Public Policies and Health OPPH and is financed by the University of Alicante. This project is intended to assess vision problems among the Palestinian and Syrian refugees in Lebanon and to provide them with eye glasses donated by solidarity campaigns in Spain and Europe. This campaign aims to empower refugees to achieve better health.
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Members of the Observatory are currently undergoing training for the Visual Health Project expected to be implemented in January 2018.
The Observatory has produced a research project in collaboration with SKOUN NGO, titled “Effectiveness of Opioid Substitution Treatment in Lebanon”, which has been published in the journal “Harm Reduction”.