World Vision Lebanon (WVL) was implementing the Child Protection, Advocacy, and Livelihoods (CP&A and Livelihoods) Technical programme (TP). Originally the program entailed the child protection and advocacy components only. After the deteriorating socio-economic condition and the COVID-19 outbreak, a livelihood component was introduced. WVL was interested in conducting a baseline evaluation of key issues and indicators of the livelihood’s component among the Lebanese population. The baseline evaluation targeted the following areas: Sahel- Akkar, Marjeyoun, Bint Jbeil, Central Bekaa, West Bekaa, Zahle and Beirut, and Mount Lebanon (BML). The target audience were Lebanese caregivers aged 19 to 64 years. In total, 2,920 were interviewed through Computer Assisted Telephone Interviews (CATI).