NAVTSS have been working in development since 1983 and in emergency since the Civil War in Lebanon in 2006.
Our structure promotes an emphasis on effective and efficient management, while encouraging the sharing of information and lessons learned across projects with similar scopes and beneficiary groups.
We implemented ways to better engage, empower, and support—through improved project management, strengthened learning activities, and increased emphasis on measuring quantifiable results.
We applied learning from more of thirty years of experience, to improve our management systems and improve our project implementation.
NAVTSS, has been working in development projects since 1983. The vast majority of the projects identified by the communities we work with have tried to promote access to basic services and promoted the right of access to education, health, gender equality, awareness campaigns, psychosocial support, rehabilitation of structures in the Palestinian gatherings…
In 2013-2014 NAVTSS has implemented 2 new development projects Challenged by the efforts of thousands of refugees that want to improve their situation and get out poverty, we have continued accompanying, evaluating and identifying new project proposals that promote sustainable arising directly on the needs of communities that we work with. The coordination with other national and international development organizations has been an important factor in the search for greater efficiency in our work.
As the Syria crisis continued to escalate throughout 2013, NAVTSS scaled up its response, both in scope and volume, and the needs of Palestine refugees from Syria (PRS) and Syrian refugee response is one of our priorities.
NAVTSS continues to develop its emergency response mechanisms to cope with these humanitarian crises. Such mechanisms include Psychosocial Support (PSS), planning, supply management system
We would like to highlight our work in the Bekaa Valley, since 2013 we have implemented projects related to:
• Food items and non-food items distribution.
• Fuel distribution.
• Emergency clothing distribution: Winter clothing.
• Dry blankets, mattresses, bed covers…
• Psychosocial support.
• Shelter rehabilitation.
• Among others.