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DETAILED ANALYTICAL REPORT,October 2019,All rights reserved. Suggested Citation, Lebanese Palestinian Dialogue Committee Central Administration of statistics Palestinian. Central Bureau of Statistics 2019 The Population and Housing Census in Palestinian. Camps and Gatherings 2017 Detailed Analytical Report Beirut Lebanon. All correspondences should be directed to,Lebanese Palestinian Dialogue Committee. Grand Serail Beirut Lebanon,Tel 961 01 983074 Fax 961 01 983075. E mail data lpdc gov lb, Website www lpdc gov lb www cas gov lb www pcbs gov ps.
Population and Housing Census in Palestinian Camps and Gatherings in Lebanon. ACKNOWLEDGMENT, The Population and Housing Census in the Palestinian Camps and Gatherings in Lebanon. PHHCCG 2017 has been an ambitious project under the helmet of the Lebanese Palestinian. Dialogue Committee LPDC in partnership with the Central Administration of Statistics CAS and. the Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics PCBS, The LPDC would like to thank His Excellency Mr Prime Minister Hariri for his extensive support and. patronage Prime Minister Salam support was key to grant governmental approval on the project. This report was drafted by Mr Jayant Kumar a renowned expert in statistics He and his team had. contributed greatly in completing the report A set of author recommendations are put at the end. of this report, We would also like to highlight the outstanding efforts made by Director General of CAS Dr Maral. Tutelian the President of PCBS Dr Ola Awad along with the Census Director Abdel Nasser El. Ayyi all Central Management team members senior statisticians IT experts coordinators of. publicity campaign field supervisors field team leaders enumerators administrators and other. team members to plan manage implement supervise monitor and coordinate the PHHCCG 2017. activities, The implementation of the PHHCCG 2017 was supported by United Nations Development Programme. through the generous financial contributions by the governments of Japan and Norway as well as. the United Nations Children Fund UNICEF UNDP s strong administrative and management support. was crucial to the success of the census operations. Acknowledgment should be extended as well to all members of the Lebanese Working Group on. Palestinian Refugee Affairs and to the International Consultant Fafo who supported the planning. of the census, Along the way the Steering Committee formed of the Ministries of Foreign Affairs and Emigrants.
National Defense Interior and Municipalities and the Embassy of the State of Palestine played a. key role In advisory capacity ESCWA UNRWA ILO UNICEF UNFPA and UNDP provided technical. support and collaboration throughout the process, LPDC extends its deep gratitude to all the aforementioned personalities and institutions for the. undeniable efforts exerted to accomplish the dissemination of PHHCCG 2017 results and figures. Detailed Analytical Report,ABOUT THE AUTHOR, Mr Kumar holds an Msc In Demography from London School of Economics with more than 15 years. of field experience in Censuses He worked with UNFPA as Chief Technical Advisor in Nigeria Census. and served as the Registrar General and Census Commissioner at the Government of India between. 1999 and 2004 Internationally he undertook several missions in Myanmar Ethiopia and Malawi in. different advisory capacities,REPORT TEAM,Mr Jayant Banthia Kumar Main author. Mr Mohamed Omari PCBS,Dr Ziad Abdallah CAS,Dr Ali Hamieh CAS. Ms Maysa Daher CAS,Mr Abdelnasser Al Ayi LPDC,Report Design Zainoun Atieh.
Photos by Rania Saadallah, Population and Housing Census in Palestinian Camps and Gatherings in Lebanon. ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONS,AA Adjacent Area,AJ Adjacent Gatherings. CAPI Computer Assisted Personal Interview,CAS Central Administration of Statistics. CMO Central Management Office,DOB Date of Birth, DPAR General Directorate of Political Affairs and Refugees of the Ministry of. Interior and Municipalities,EA Enumeration Area, ESCWA United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia.
GIS Geographic Information System,GPS Global Position System. ILO International Labor Organization,IMR Infant Mortality Rate. ICR Intelligent Character Recognition,ICT Information Communication Technology. LFPR Labor Force Participation Rate,LPDC Lebanese Palestinian Dialogue Committee. MMR Maternal Mortality Ratio,MOU Memorandum of Understanding.
OCR Optical Character Recognition,OG Other Gathering. OMR Optical Mark Reader,PCBS Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics. PES Post Enumeration Survey, PHCCG 2017 Population and Housing Census in the Palestinian camps and Gatherings. PLO Palestinian Liberation Organization,PM Prime Minister of Lebanon. PRL Palestinian Refugee in Lebanon,PRS Palestinian Refugee displaced from Syria.
Detailed Analytical Report,TFR Total Fertility Rate. UNDP United Nations Development Programme,UNFPA United Nations Population Fund. UNHCR United Nations High Commisioner for Refugees. UNICEF United Nations Children Fund, UNRWA United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near. UR Unemployment Rate,WHO World Health Organization. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY, Population and Housing Census in Palestinian Camps and Gatherings in Lebanon.
This report provides a snapshot of the Palestinian refugee population based on the details collected. in the census of Palestinian refugees The important findings of the report are summarised below. After two years of discussions and preparations both the Lebanese and Palestinian Governments. signed a Memorandum of Understanding Annex A in October 2016 based on the Council of. Minister s Decision issued two months earlier 1 The decision was based on a recommendation from. The Lebanese Working Group on Palestinian Affairs in Lebanon. Recommendations of the Lebanese Working Group on Palestinian Refugee Affairs2. The Working Group considers that lack of official comprehensive and accurate data on. Palestinian Refugees in Lebanon is a major factor restricting the ability of the Lebanese State. to formulate adequate policies on Palestinian refugees based on solid scientific grounds 2 3. After viewing the work done by Lebanese Palestinian Dialogue Committee with the. concerned parties to conduct a comprehensive census for Palestinian refugees in Lebanon. according to objective and professional standards, The discussion led to the elaboration of the following recommendation. Conducting a comprehensive census of Palestinian refugees in Lebanon4 comprising the. refugees as well as their socio economic status in all Camps adjacent areas Palestinian. Gatherings and other places of residence 5,ref2 grounds 3 4 Lebanon5 residence 6. The above decision to hold a nation wide population and housing census throughout the territories. of Lebanon was entrusted to be carried out by the CAS and the PCBS under the administrative and. supervisory umbrella of the LPDC It was finally carried out in 2017 and is called as the Population. and Housing Census in the Palestinian Camps and Gatherings in Lebanon PHCCG 2017 It seems. however that the house listing of buildings and population enumeration was ultimately carried. out in all Palestinian Camps Adjacent Gatherings and Other Gatherings but possibly excluded. some other places of residence on the Lebanese territory though mandated above as isolated. Palestinian refugees can be covered only when a full population census of the country is taken The. Population and Housing Census PHCCG 2017 was conducted under the overall supervision of LPDC. and technically supported by CAS and PCBS and carried out during July 17 31 2017 The Census. Reference Moment was fixed for 17 July 2017, 1 This census which was based on a decision of the Lebanese Council of Ministers on 25 8 2016 was followed by. the signing of a memorandum of understanding between the Lebanese and Palestinian governments on 19 10 2016. http lpdc gov lb statements key findings of the national population and housin 398 en. 2 Unified Lebanese Vision for the Palestinian Refugees Affairs in Lebanon November 2016 http lpdc gov lb ar. chive a unified lebanese vision for the palestinian refu 424 en. 3 According to UNRWA records there are currently 472 013 Palestinians in Lebanon registered with UNRWA Around. half of them live in 12 UNRWA mandated refugee Camps and many Gatherings Therefore the findings of this census. do not represent the entire registered Palestinian refugee population in Lebanon but rather the population living in. side refugee Camps and Gatherings, 4 Besides the Armenian refugees who arrived in Lebanon in 1918 1922 and 1939 an estimated 130 000 refugees. from Palestine arrived in Lebanon after 1948 of whom 105 000 were registered with UNRWA in 1951 About 400 000. refugees were registered with UNRWA in 2010 however a survey conducted that year estimated that the number of. Palestinian refugees effectively residing in the country was only 260 000 to 280 000 Source Migration Profile Lebanon. Fran oise De Bel Air Research Consultant Issue 2017 12 May 2017. 5 The challenges in defining Palestinian refugees in Lebanon are discussed later. 6 The challenges in defining and identifying the Camps adjacent areas and other Gatherings are discussed later. Executive Summary, PHCCG 2017 enumerated all Palestinian Refugees resident in Lebanon and their family members.
outside Lebanon It was carried out throughout Lebanon in 6 regions spread over 168 localities 12. Camps and 156 localities comprising 25 Adjacent Gathering Localities and 131 Other Gatherings. Localities The Census Frame has Total 1315 EAs It canvassed an Electronic Questionnaire for every. Household having 94 Questions spread over 13 sections covering building and housing details. Households and their members by sex and age and several other social demographic and economic. activity status questions A Pre enumeration Survey PES was carried out in August 2017 supervised. by ESCWA and it estimated a net under coverage rate of 2 2 percent The important housing and. population characteristics are summarised below and the detailed analysis is provided in the. subsequent chapters,Buildings housing units and Households. The census covered 22 905 buildings of which 22 717 buildings were being used for residential. purposes These buildings had 53 993 housing units of which 52 728 housing units were being used. as residence or as places of work cum residence There were 55 473 Households enumerated in. these housing units at the time of census, Enumerated Population and Palestinian refugee population. The census enumerated 224 901 people including 183 255 Palestinian refugees in 168 localities in. Camps Adjacent Gatherings and Other Gatherings Of these as many as 23 Other Gatherings had. less than 15 Households each with a total population of 554 On the other hand the top 10 localities. by population size contributed a total population of 119 208 in 29 216 Households. Palestinian refugees enumerated in the census comprise 165 549 PRL Palestinian refugees residents. in Lebanon and 17 706 PRS Palestinian refugees coming from Syria or visitors not residents in. Lebanon Saida Region 32 4 North region 22 8 and Beirut 20 1 accounted for more than. three fourths of the enumerated population, The geographic distribution of Palestinian refugees PRL PRS is slightly different and Saida Region. 35 3 has the highest percentage followed by North Region 24 7 and Tyre Region 14 8 The. position of Beirut changed due to the presence of Syrian population in comparatively large numbers. in Beirut province, As regards the Palestinian refugee population the top ten localities include six Camps two Adjacent. Gatherings and two Other Gatherings These localities together account for slightly more than 67 2. percent of the refugees This is true in both case PRL and PRS Ain el Hilweh Camp alone accounts. for 11 1 percent of all refugees and 11 3 percent of the PRL In case of PRS Other Gatherings at. Mount Lebanon and Adjacent Gatherings at Ain el Hilweh both account for more than 10 percent of. the refugees The presence of Other Gatherings in this list indicates that a significant proportion of. the refugees have settled away from the Camps, Syrians enumerated in this census accounted for 26 378 23 1 of the camps population In.
particular they represent 47 5 of the population of Burj el Barajneh 57 of Shatila 39 of Mar. Elias and 34 4 of Baddawi camps population, Nationality of the head of the Households enumerated in the census. Overall 85 1 percent of the Households are headed by Palestinian refugees 77 1 percent PRL and 8. percent PRS Syrians head 10 4 percent of the Households while 4 1 percent are headed by Lebanese. and a very small percentage 0 4 are headed by other nationalities. In each of Saida Tyre and Beka a regions Households headed by Palestinian refugees account for at. least 94 percent of the enumerated Households Beirut 54 2 region has the lowest percentage of. Population and Housing Census in Palestinian Camps and Gatherings in Lebanon. Households headed by PRL while Beka a has the highest percentage of Households headed by PRS. head Syrians headed 10 4 of the enumerated Households and about 88 3 among them in North. and Beirut regions, Among the Households headed by PRL 45 8 percent of the Households are in Camps followed by 33 6. Dialogue Committee LPDC in partnership with the Central Administration of Statistics CAS and the Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics PCBS The LPDC would like to thank His Excellency Mr Prime Minister Hariri for his extensive support and patronage Prime Minister Salam support was key to grant governmental approval on the project

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