In December 2014, the Lebanese government issued a joint plan, the Lebanese Crisis Response Plan (LCRP 2015-16) with UN agencies to organize the humanitarian response to the Syria crisis. The plan seeks to stabilize Lebanon during the crisis by continuing humanitarian assistance to the displaced Syrian population and other vulnerable groups, while expanding investments in services, economies and institutions. The Lebanese Ministry of Social Affairs (MoSA) steers the LCRP, in collaboration with crisis cell ministries, UNHCR and UNDP.
The LCRP comes in five sections: an introduction on Lebanon’s changing dynamics, an overview of vulnerability, a presentation of the response strategy, the modalities and governance of the LCRP, and sector plans (food security, basic assistance, education, health, WASH, protection, social stability, livelihoods, and shelter). The document presents these projected numbers for December 2015: 5.9M people living in Lebanon, of whom 3.3M people in need (1.5M Syrian refugees, 1.5M vulnerable Lebanese and 300,000 Palestinian refugees). The LCRP is requesting 2.14bil funding.
The full LCRP document is accessible here, with links to brochures in Arabic and in English, of which the below figures are taken.