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If the public water supply system collapses, UNICEF estimates that water costs could skyrocket by 200 per cent a month when securing water from alternative or private water suppliers. (...) “At the height of the summer months, with COVID-19 cases beginning to rise again due to the Delta variant, Lebanon’s precious public water system is on life support and could collapse at any moment”, UNICEF Representative in Lebanon, Yukie Mokuo, said. (...) Related topics Water, sanitation and hygiene Water shortage Emergency relief and response Lebanon Middle East and North Africa More to explore Article EU and UNICEF maintain water flowing to families in Lebanon “When the water was fixed, I was really happy because we can play again and take baths.” – Noura, 7 Read the story Press release 19 July 2022 UNICEF report: Lebanon’s water infrastructure struggles on, but remains on the brink Visit the page Article After UNICEF project families in Lebanon always have water Families in Younine can now wash food, clothes, clean the house, bathe and drink without being concerned they’ll run out of water Read the story Press release 09 June 2022 UNICEF inaugurates the Ministry of Public Health’s newly constructed and rehabilitated Supplies Warehouse in Karantina Visit the page Footer UNICEF Home What we do Research and reports Stories Take Action Press Center About us Campaigns Who We Are Contact Us Edouard Beigbeder Related UNICEF sites Exposure Imagine a school Become a donor Social Footer Secondary Contact us Legal Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Score: 1732107.2 - https://www.unicef.org/lebanon...cent-people-risk-losing-access
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Report Lebanon’s water supply system: on the verge of collapse “Lebanon’s critical water infrastructure is reaching a breaking point. (...) Water providers couldn't afford to buy spare parts for maintenance or fuel for their electricity generators as they had no access to hard currency due to the collapse of the Lebanese currency against the US dollar. (...) Author(s) UNICEF Lebanon Publication date July 2021 Languages English, Arabic Download Download file (PDF, 1,98 MB) Related topics Water shortage Water supply Humanitarian action and emergencies Lebanon Middle East and North Africa More to explore Press release 01 September 2022 Republic of Korea funds essential health services for children and families in Lebanon Visit the page Article EU and UNICEF maintain water flowing to families in Lebanon “When the water was fixed, I was really happy because we can play again and take baths.” – Noura, 7 Read the story Press release 19 July 2022 UNICEF report: Lebanon’s water infrastructure struggles on, but remains on the brink Visit the page Article Supporting the most vulnerable children The ‘Haddi’ cash grant for children proves critical in helping meet the basic needs of the most vulnerable children Read the story Footer UNICEF Home What we do Research and reports Stories Take Action Press Center About us Campaigns Who We Are Contact Us Edouard Beigbeder Related UNICEF sites Exposure Imagine a school Become a donor Social Footer Secondary Contact us Legal Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Score: 1712960.7 - https://www.unicef.org/lebanon...r-supply-system-verge-collapse
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Paphos Hamam (near Hasan Aga tomb) This is a project of the Technical Committee on Cultural Heritage The Baths are also known as the Medieval Baths or ancient Turkish Baths. (...) Objective of the excavations at the hamam, is to investigate the use of the building and to detect all its chronological phases and modifications from its original construction through the cessation of its usage as a bath. In October 2016 the second phase of the excavation was initiated. (...) Proposed interventions for this monument comprise, among others:  Cleaning of the building and the site  Conservation works which include: o Cleaning and treatment of stone masonry where considered necessary PROJECT OVERVIEW Conservation Study Start Date: November 2015 Conservation Study End Date: February 2016 Type of proposed intervention: Conservation works Works will start within 2017  Protection of the excavated areas (shelter and water drainage)  Water drainage for the building, the excavated area and surrounding area of the site  Restoration works which include: o Repair of the existing renderings on roofs/ domes o Restoration of the parts of the structure o All cement jointing will be removed and replaced with compatible materials  Structural consolidation which includes: o Stabilization of loose stones o Repointing, rejointing and grouting o Filling stones, which are detached, weathered, decayed or at risk of collapsing, as well as any eroded and cracked mortar joints will be repointed, removed or replaced  Safety measures (as safety railings and mesh on openings)  Visitor’s management plan of the interior space with walking corridors and restoration of access in all rooms  Visitor’s management plan of the outside space with walking corridors and small sitting area  Internal and external illumination Conservation works are planned to start in spring 2017 and to be completed by the end of 2017.
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Score: 1675716.8 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...12fed49f92d1d83f8c8ec5d11a.pdf
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Search results Water shortage Available in: English العربية Press release 19 July 2022 UNICEF report: Lebanon’s water infrastructure struggles on, but remains on the brink Report 19 July 2022 Down to the last drop Lebanon's water crisis continues to put children at risk Download file (PDF, 1,04 MB) Article 28 June 2022 After UNICEF project families in Lebanon always have water Families in Younine can now wash food, clothes, clean the house, bathe and drink without being concerned they’ll run out of water Press release 29 November 2021 In partnership with UNICEF, Sabil Consortium and the European Union, the South Lebanon Water Establishment inaugurates the Maaroub sustainable water system aiming to serve 135,000 people Statement 23 August 2021 Lebanon in danger of losing critical access to water Statement by UNICEF Executive Director Henrietta Fore Article 13 August 2021 For many, clean water is no longer affordable One in five families do not have enough drinking water Report 30 July 2021 Drying Up Lebanon’s water supply system: on the verge of collapse Download file (PDF, 1,98 MB) Press release 23 July 2021 Water supply systems on the verge of collapse in Lebanon: over 71 per cent of people risk losing access to water Article 29 April 2021 For us all, water is life UNICEF & EU: Ensuring water security for generations to come Article 22 March 2021 "Now we'll have water, and water is life" WWD - Clean, accessible water is critical to human health Prev 1 1 2 Next Footer UNICEF Home What we do Research and reports Stories Take Action Press Center About us Campaigns Who We Are Contact Us Edouard Beigbeder Related UNICEF sites Exposure Imagine a school Become a donor Social Footer Secondary Contact us Legal Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Score: 1652834.8 - https://www.unicef.org/lebanon/topics/water-shortage
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Search results Water supply Available in: English العربية Article 26 August 2022 EU and UNICEF maintain water flowing to families in Lebanon “When the water was fixed, I was really happy because we can play again and take baths.” – Noura, 7 Report 19 July 2022 Down to the last drop Lebanon's water crisis continues to put children at risk Download file (PDF, 1,04 MB) Report 14 July 2022 Water as a Tool for Defusing Socio-Political Tension The study explores intersection of Socio-Political tension and water-related conflict, and suggests areas where water projects can promote peacebuilding Options Available options Water as a Tool for Defusing Socio Political Tension - Executive Summary Water as a Tool for Defusing Socio Political Tension - Full Report Download file (PDF, 709,29 KB) (PDF, 21,50 MB) Article 28 June 2022 After UNICEF project families in Lebanon always have water Families in Younine can now wash food, clothes, clean the house, bathe and drink without being concerned they’ll run out of water Article 22 March 2022 UNICEF project keeps Lebanon’s water flowing With EU funding, UNICEF covered the repair and maintenance of 70 pumping stations, sustaining the delivery of water to around 458,000 beneficiaries Photo essay 18 January 2022 Lebanon’s water infrastructure at break point A European Union-funded project aims to empower water establishments to address water issues during a difficult period and to provide water to families Article 18 January 2022 Higher quality and sustainable water services Through funding from the European Union, Lebanon’s regional water establishments were able to continue operating and maintaining infrastructure since 2020 Press release 29 November 2021 In partnership with UNICEF, Sabil Consortium and the European Union, the South Lebanon Water Establishment inaugurates the Maaroub sustainable water system aiming to serve 135,000 people Report 30 July 2021 Drying Up Lebanon’s water supply system: on the verge of collapse Download file (PDF, 1,98 MB) Article 29 April 2021 For us all, water is life UNICEF & EU: Ensuring water security for generations to come Prev 1 1 2 3 Next Footer UNICEF Home What we do Research and reports Stories Take Action Press Center About us Campaigns Who We Are Contact Us Edouard Beigbeder Related UNICEF sites Exposure Imagine a school Become a donor Social Footer Secondary Contact us Legal Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Score: 1652231.4 - https://www.unicef.org/lebanon/topics/water-supply
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Press release UNICEF report: Lebanon’s water infrastructure struggles on, but remains on the brink 19 July 2022 UNICEF2021/Fouad-Choufany/Lebanon Available in: English العربية BEIRUT, 21 July 2022 – Lebanon has managed to stave off a total collapse of its water infrastructure, but water supply systems remain on the brink, putting the health of millions of people, particularly children, at risk. (...) The report looks at developments since UNICEF warned one year ago that the water system was at breaking point . “While a total collapse of public water supply networks has so far been averted, the crisis has not been resolved and millions of people are affected by the limited availability of clean and safe water. (...) Related topics Water, sanitation and hygiene Water shortage Lebanon Middle East and North Africa More to explore Article EU and UNICEF maintain water flowing to families in Lebanon “When the water was fixed, I was really happy because we can play again and take baths.” – Noura, 7 Read the story Article After UNICEF project families in Lebanon always have water Families in Younine can now wash food, clothes, clean the house, bathe and drink without being concerned they’ll run out of water Read the story Article UNICEF project keeps Lebanon’s water flowing With EU funding, UNICEF covered the repair and maintenance of 70 pumping stations, sustaining the delivery of water to around 458,000 beneficiaries Read the story Photo essay Lebanon’s water infrastructure at break point A European Union-funded project aims to empower water establishments to address water issues during a difficult period and to provide water to families See the story Footer UNICEF Home What we do Research and reports Stories Take Action Press Center About us Campaigns Who We Are Contact Us Edouard Beigbeder Related UNICEF sites Exposure Imagine a school Become a donor Social Footer Secondary Contact us Legal Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Score: 1640815 - https://www.unicef.org/lebanon...ucture-struggles-remains-brink
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UNICEF2022/Fouad-Choufany/Lebanon     “Beyond the frustration, with limited bathing, washing, and cleaning opportunities, it was a risk to our health” Jezzine resident and mother-of-two, Collette, suffered from an increasingly unreliable water supply to her home. (...) “Beyond the frustration, with limited bathing, washing, and cleaning opportunities, it was a risk to our health.” (...) Related topics Water, sanitation and hygiene Water supply Sanitation Lebanon Middle East and North Africa More to explore Article EU and UNICEF maintain water flowing to families in Lebanon “When the water was fixed, I was really happy because we can play again and take baths.” – Noura, 7 Read the story Press release 19 July 2022 UNICEF report: Lebanon’s water infrastructure struggles on, but remains on the brink Visit the page Article After UNICEF project families in Lebanon always have water Families in Younine can now wash food, clothes, clean the house, bathe and drink without being concerned they’ll run out of water Read the story Article UNICEF project keeps Lebanon’s water flowing With EU funding, UNICEF covered the repair and maintenance of 70 pumping stations, sustaining the delivery of water to around 458,000 beneficiaries Read the story Footer UNICEF Home What we do Research and reports Stories Take Action Press Center About us Campaigns Who We Are Contact Us Edouard Beigbeder Related UNICEF sites Exposure Imagine a school Become a donor Social Footer Secondary Contact us Legal Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Score: 1617330.7 - https://www.unicef.org/lebanon...ucture-reaching-breaking-point
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Without significant action, the public water networks will collapse and, directly or indirectly, eliminate access to a sustainable supply of water for more than four million people. (...) “Beyond the frustration, with limited bathing, washing, and cleaning opportunities, it was a risk to our health.” (...) Related topics Water, sanitation and hygiene Sanitation Water supply Lebanon Middle East and North Africa More to explore Article EU and UNICEF maintain water flowing to families in Lebanon “When the water was fixed, I was really happy because we can play again and take baths.” – Noura, 7 Read the story Press release 19 July 2022 UNICEF report: Lebanon’s water infrastructure struggles on, but remains on the brink Visit the page Article After UNICEF project families in Lebanon always have water Families in Younine can now wash food, clothes, clean the house, bathe and drink without being concerned they’ll run out of water Read the story Article UNICEF project keeps Lebanon’s water flowing With EU funding, UNICEF covered the repair and maintenance of 70 pumping stations, sustaining the delivery of water to around 458,000 beneficiaries Read the story Footer UNICEF Home What we do Research and reports Stories Take Action Press Center About us Campaigns Who We Are Contact Us Edouard Beigbeder Related UNICEF sites Exposure Imagine a school Become a donor Social Footer Secondary Contact us Legal Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Score: 1552146.5 - https://www.unicef.org/lebanon...ons-hundreds-thousands-lebanon
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. · Portugal, as an EU Member State, must implement the EC directives concerning water supply and sanitation, namely the Water Framework Directive, the Drinking Water Directive, the Urban Waste Water Treatment Directive, the Bathing Water Directive and the Sewage Sludge Directive. (...) Information about this issue is being prepared. · Quality of waters used for bathing (article 6 (2) (j), second part) The monitoring of this issue is a responsibility of the environment authority (INAG). (...) Information about this issue is being prepared. · Application of recognized good practice to the management of enclosed waters generally available for bathing (article 6 (2) (k)) The monitoring of this issue is a responsibility of the environment authority (INAG).
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Score: 1476062.3 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...ter/meetings/TFIR/Portugal.doc
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Owing to its specific tectonic setting and high-karst position, Red Lake is the deepest karst lake in Europe, and among the deepest in the world, originated from a collapse of the bottom of huge doline (sinkhole). The second pearl of the geopark, Blue Lake, is one of the most beautiful karst lakes in Croatia. In the spring, the lake is almost 100 meters deep, in the summer it is a favorite bathing place, but it is not rare for the lake to completely dry up in early autumn.
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Score: 1454165.7 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...kovo-imotski_lakes_croatia.pdf
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