Lebanon - Play and Psychosocial Recovery

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Social Mapping with Syrian Refugees

Right to Play Lebanon and Right to Play Lebanon have engaged IICRD to conduct a study on the psychosocial impact of play in their programs with Syrian and Palestinian Refugees. 

Dr. Philip Cook has made several trip to the sites to better understand the lived realities of the children. He will be producing a report to help guide programming, as well as collaborating with the Right to Play team to co create multiple play based Monitoring and Evaluation Tools that they can use to continue to monitor the impact of their programs and integrate ongoing learning. 

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Team outside IICRD: 

Laura Wright, RTP International

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