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Our expertise

Emergency response

Over more than 35 years, SOLIDARITÉS INTERNATIONAL has developed the expertise required to meet the basic needs of populations affected by conflict or natural disaster: drinking water, food and shelter.

Access to drinking water, hygiene and sanitation

Our action aims to help affected communities during an emergency situation or in its wake by restoring or improving their access to drinking water, sanitation and hygiene.

Food security and livelihoods

In the world today, 842 million people are undernourished1. For this reason, SOLIDARITÉS INTERNATIONAL is working on the ground with those populations which are most vulnerable to food insecurity.
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Reducing food insecurity : Sack gardening

Reducing food insecurity : Sack gardening

Most urban households in the developing world are located in slums, where agricultural plots are rare and land prices high. Consequently, urban households are totally dependent on markets for their food and are vulnerable...

Cholera Emergency Response

Cholera Emergency Response

In Haiti, Kinshasa, Mali, Niger As in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, where the cholera elimination strategy takes into account the capacity for rapid response (which complements sustainable projects), other...

Sanitation in the informal settlements in Kabul

Sanitation in the informal settlements in Kabul

SOLIDARITÉS INTERNATIONAL’s teams in Afghanistan have been working in the heart of the capital since 2010, in the Kabul Informal Settlements (KIS) which are home to Afghan citizens internally displaced by the fighting....

  • Reducing food insecurity : Sack gardening

  • Cholera Emergency Response

  • Sanitation in the informal settlements in Kabul

Our technical publications

Case study: sustainability and reproducibility of CSMC

Since violence broke out in Syria in March 2011, Lebanon has welcomed over 1 million Syrian refugees, spread out across the country and residing in every type of shelter imaginable. In March 2013, two years after the eruption of Syrian civil war, Solidarités International (SI) began its operations in Lebanon in response to the humanitarian crisis that the country was facing. In April 2015, the Collective Site Management and Coordination program (CSMC) was established and implemented in 50 sites; this program aims at empowering the refugee community by promoting autonomy and self-sustainability. This study aimed to look into the eff ects of CSMC after a crisis such as evictions. It also studied which skills learned through CSMC proved useful in the new site, as well as the lasting impact of CSMC trainings and potential gaps in the training.

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Position paper : protection

SOLIDARITES INTERNATIONAL works in contexts where the basic principles of population protection are not always guaranteed, either due to conflict situations, natural disasters, internal disturbances or discrimination. It helps populations that naturally have particular vulnerabilities to protection risks (women, young girls and boys…). This therefore has an impact on the position of the organisation by virtue of the fact that it carries out activities in the aforementioned situations.


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Case study : collective site management and coordination

The experience of SOLIDARITÉS INTERNATIONAL in North Lebanon governorate> Read more





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Eradicated over 150 years ago in the developed world, cholera is rapidly regaining a hold all over the planet, with a new epidemic in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and flare-ups in Haiti, Chad, and Afghanistan.. Gregory Bulit, our water, hygiene and sanitation expert, revisits the ravages caused by a disease from another era.
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