Established in 1906, The Armenian General Benevolent Union (AGBU) is the world's largest Armenian
non-profit organization devoted to preserving and promoting the Armenian identity and heritage. Headquartered in New York, AGBU has an active presence in 28 countries. AGBU Lebanon administers a vast array of educational, cultural and humanitarian programs, institutions and community groups, which include the state-of-the-art AGBU Demirdjian Community Center, three high-achieving Armenian day schools and medical dispensaries. Education has always been a cornerstone in our mission. Our cause in participating in the Beirut Marathon is "Education for the underprivileged!"
Cyprus Community in Lebanon Association (CCLA), a non-profit, non-political, non religious organization. Our mission is to bring together the members and their families through gatherings. Encourage the youth’s participation in social activities. Preserve and promote the culture and traditions of our country. Bring Lebanon and Cyprus closer through business opportunities and co-operations, cultural and networking events.
Founded in 1983, Hamazkayin Art Schools is a cultural, artistic and educational organization that consists of five schools: Parsegh Ganachian College of Music, Gayaneh Dance School, Ballet Dance School, Toros Roslin Academy of Fine Arts, Arek children's Theater School. Located in Lebanon, it aims at providing an artistic education for people of all backgrounds.
The Greek Community of Beirut is a non-profit organization with the aim of preserving the Greek culture and heritage among the Greeks living in Lebanon. On the 22nd of October, 2013, the Community established the Greek Cultural Center where diverse cultural activities are hosted. Those activities include Greek language courses, Cine club, lectures, and workshops. The Center is located in Dekwaneh, parallel towers 232, bloc A, 2nd and 3rd floors (Tel: +961 1 493467/8).
The League is a non-political and a non-profit organization, It was founded on February 28, 1994 by a small group of alumni who, upon their return to their homeland, Lebanon, felt the need to maintain the strong bounds of friendship that developed among them in Greece, in their mother country, and to communicate this spirit to the next generations, together with their feeling of gratitude and love to the country that hosted them during the decisive years of their higher studies: Greece.
To enable artists to contribute effectively to the promotion of the cultural scene in
Lebanon and the Arab world, to encourage talent and to present new creative ideas and
to implement them in a manner based on the craft of performance and cultural values.
Create interaction between different artists from all walks of life and mobilize young
talents and raise the Lebanese and Arab society to the name of artistic and literary taste
Working on developing art culture in various segments of society through the establishment of seminars, courses, exhibitions, conferences and literary and artistic workshops.
Preserving heritage, encouraging creativity, issuing books, bulletins, specialized magazines and reviving national events.
Guided by our core moral values, P.H.A.S.T.E.R TM (Perseverance, Honesty, Agility, Self-control, Tolerance, Empathy, and Respect), Shinkukan's vision is to nurture our diverse learners through the Cultural and Physical Education System of Japanese Traditional Arts, complementing and supplementing their enrichment in body, mind and spirit. We aim at stimulating, awakening, and nurturing P.H.A.S.T.E.R TM within our learners by introducing them to this cultural form of Peace Education while bringing the various communities in Lebanon together in the spirit of goodwill and cooperation. At last we aim at strengthening the ties between Lebanon and Japan through this cultural exchange.
Syracuse University is a 147 years old university located in Syracuse, upstate New York. It is distinguished by its highly competitive programs in Public Administration, Media Communication and Journalism, Engineering and Computer Science, Business, to name a few. It is committed to excellence in education and civic engagement and is highly reputable for its engagement in athletics. More than 100 Syracuse University alumni reside presently in Lebanon. The slogan "Peace, Love, Run" of this year's marathon perfectly fits its profile and it is in this same spirit that the alumni group is joining the Beirut International Marathon this year.
The Ukrainian Cultural Center is nongovernmental nonprofit organization with the following objectives:
To promote cross-cultural awareness and fellowship between the Lebanese and Ukrainian cultures through the arts, sports, tourism and education.
AFEL, Association du Foyer de l'Enfant Libanais, treats and educates mistreated delinquent children who have learning difficulties and communication problems. We provide them with the necessary tools to protect themselves and to become autonomous enabling them to be resilient to the challenges they will face during their reintegration in the Society
Children in need are the primary concern of Auxilia. Our Sponsorship program allows us on a continuous basis to ensure the children’s personal development and address their individual needs (social, psychological, medical, economic and educational). Auxilia relies on the deep involvement of generous donors and sponsors to help children and their struggling families sustain themselves through community-based initiatives, and thus regain a sense of autonomy, as well as their dignity and hope, and successfully reintegrate society.
Founded in 1997, the Children and Youth Center (CYC) is a non-governmental organization based in the Palestinian refugee camps of Shatila in Beirut and Nahr el-Bared. We provide education and recreation to children and youth between the ages of six and eighteen years. We believe that all children and youth have the right to live, learn and play in safety.
The living conditions in the camps are difficult. Palestinians in Lebanon are not only subjected to civil rights abuses, but are also banned from owning property and denied access to most professions. Due to the current conflict in Syria, the camps are getting even more overpopulated and traumatized children and families are arriving to an already unsustainable situation. CYC provides financial and material support to newly arrived refugees. CYC work is guided by the spirit of International Child and Human Rights Conventions.
GAME is a non-profit street sports organization that since 2002 has been working to create lasting social change through street sports for children and adolescents. GAME establish innovative facilities, educate young leaders and role models in street sports.
GAME Lebanon organizes trainings and competitions in street basketball, street soccer, street dance and street fit for children across disadvantaged neighborhoods in Lebanon and promote for more public spaces to practice street sports. The young volunteers – called Playmakers – run the practices in the local GAME Zones.
The goal is that of developing a positive identity and strengthened self-worth amongst the individual participants with the over-arching aim of improving health and curbing crime.
The Happy Childhood Foundation was established in 2010 to bring happiness to as many
underprivileged, vulnerable, and abused children as possible, without any form of discrimination. By
doing so, the aim is to make a positive and long-lasting contribution in turning our world into a better
The Laetitia Hatem Rehabilitation Center [LHRC] is one of our core initiatives that helps achieve our objective; it offers the children we treat with the best care possible, providing physical, occupational, and speech therapy as well as psychomotor therapy and pool therapy.
Himaya's organizational mission is to promote global protection for children by focusing on all kinds of child abuse including sexual, psychological and physical abuse, as well as negligence and many others.
Himaya strives to ensure a long lasting impact on the lives of children in Lebanon through its complementary programs of training, and resilience covering all areas of Lebanon.
Himaya also developed a shelter that can host up to 40 children and provides them with all the treatment required including psychosocial support, scholarly counseling and guidance, medical services, and recreational activities.
FDA aims at comprehensive development of children and youth with special needs, to assist them to reach their potential, advocacy and autonomy.
Our vision is to carry out all what may bring the persons with special needs to public participation, inclusion and equality, in line with the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.
INJAZ Lebanon, a non-profit organization founded in 2001, aims to prepare Lebanon’s youth to enter the job market as qualified professionals and successful entrepreneurs by bridging the gap between the education system and the business sector. We actively engage the business community through our volunteer based model that allows independent professionals and corporate volunteers to share their experience through the implementation of our varied educational programs that focus on entrepreneurship, work readiness and financial literacy.
Providing the proper medical treatement to children under 18 suffering from life threatening cancer diseases and blood diseases.
Securing the financial, moral, and emotional support.
Organizing plenty of fun packed activities during the holidays and on speacial occasions in a number of hospitals like: Lebanese University Hospital Geitaoui, Notre Dame de Secours University Hospital, Saint George Hospital University Medical Center.
Soliciting donations and funds to be able to settle the cost of treatement through appearances and campaigns in all regional media outlets.
Holding seminars to shed ligh on children's cancer, it's symptoms, types, the adopted treatment techniques, as well as prevention measures.
Lebanese Active Youth (LAY) is a non-profitable non-governmental entity, founded for the youth of Bekaa.. LAY is an organization with youth leadership initiative that trains children and youth to be community leaders and community organizers, who in turn train other children and youth to be leaders and organizers in their own neighborhoods. It is committed for the best interest of the community through emphasis on youth as the main community assets while promoting human rights, and administering society development through participatory anti-political anti-religious approaches.
Mentor Arabia is a regional non-governmental Foundation which advocates for youth empowerment to prevent risky behaviors and drugs intake among Arab youth and children.
“An Arab world where children and youth are empowered to lead healthy lives and make sound decisions” is our vision.
We work to empower Arab children and youth towards prevention from risky behaviors and drugs through capacity development, awareness, dissemination of best practices and knowledge, and forging partnerships.
We at mission village, aim to help homeless and abandoned people by providing them with a shelter: we're working on two shelters, one in Dekwaneh and the other in Ghedras. The Dekwaneh shelter is currently under construction; it will house 24 persons and have volunteers cook meals three times per week open for all homeless. In the meantime, we're organizing lunches during holidays and we go around the street every week to visit the homeless and offer them hot meals.
No Label NGO, is the first Lebanese anti-bullying non-profit in the region founded in August 2015. We are the most ambitious anti-bullying organization you’ll ever meet! To date, the entire MENA suffers from lack of awareness in bullying and other child development issues which we tackle as an NGO. “An individual should grow up in a safe environment, feeling accepted and not judged. But with the current stigmas, the society is not doing a great job with that.” A lot of young people have come forward and discussed how bullying affected their lives, whether they were in its direct circle or they knew someone who had to go through this. No Label raises awareness on bullying, the importance of bullying prevention and its techniques through developing programs and curriculums that create bully free zones, anywhere!
ParentWise is an NGO focused on empowering, engaging, and educating parents. We work with parents to assist them raise healthy and happy children. The mission of ParentWise is to provide reliable and accurate information, on child development and health, to families in Lebanon and across the Arab world.
Safe Haven Home for Girls is a home in Beirut for disadvantaged and abused girls. We strive to provide a safe and happy home for girls between the ages of 3 and 17 by caring for their basic needs, providing an education, and surrounding them with love.
Le SEF a pour mission d’héberger et d’accompagner dans la durée des enfants en danger, avec leur mère violentée. Nous leur offrons un cadre stable et sécurisant, et leur donnons accès à leurs droits et aux moyens de les faire valoir.
A loving home for every child.
We provide long-term, family-based care for children who have lost parental care, and we work with struggling families and communities to help strengthen them and prevent child abandonment.
We are non-governmental and non-denominational; we respect all religions and cultures, and we work with trusted partners all over the country, and contribute to social development.
All the work we do is made possible through the generous support of sponsors and donors, institutional and corporate partners, and loyal friends.
The Nawaya Network is non-governmental, non-profit organization based in Beirut, which develops the talents and skills of disadvantaged, marginalized, and at-risk youth by connecting them with mentors, businesses, and institutions, to help them pursue skills or passions that would otherwise go unnoticed.
Youth Energy for Development, (“YED”) is a Lebanese non-profit organization dedicated to empowering the young generation of Lebanon established on August 4th, 2014 under the ministerial decree number 1496.
YED is led by a group of proficient board members and by a powerful board of trustees, and primarily works on two main projects:
The first one titled “JOSE-E”, which is a “Job Opportunity Searching Engine and Exhibition”. This project constitutes an annual Job Fair that will serve as a launching event to the association primarily.
The second titled “The Youth Energy Talents Boutique”, which is a workshop where the young generation is able to produce its artifacts in service of the cause. “Youth Energy for Development” Vision is To Achieve a Powerful Youth Society Accordingly, YED defines itself as: A Lebanese Non-Profit Organization dedicated to empowering youth through promoting education, advocacy and capacity building.
Our vision and mission are built upon YED’s commitment to certain core values. These values guide our programs, projects and our day-to-day activities of empowering the young generation of Lebanon. The set of core values are:
YED recognizes that empowering youth in Lebanon is a fight that should be taken by all of us and for all of us. This is why our network includes a wide coalition comprising civil society, both public and private sector, and legislators in order to build a strong and comprehensive coalition for our mission.
In YED we trust that perseverance is the ultimate key to success. Determination is reflected not only in our will to achieving our mission but also in our day-today activities.
YED mirrors the diversity of the Lebanese Community. This is why we are committed to ensuring that our programs are comprehensive and beneficial for all; and that our network is open and non-partisan, regardless of religion, gender, or political affiliation.
Adventist Learning Center is a remedial education center for refugee children who have missed a year or more of education due to conflict, relocation, or other war related causes. ALC started in 2013 and serves children ages 6-14. Utilizing a project based learning curriculum, children learn both academic subjects as well as real life skills such as collaboration, problem solving, public speaking, and critical thinking.
ANA AQRA ASSOCIATION, founded in 1994 under the name Iqra', is an independent nonprofit organization that advances literacy and independent learning for underprivileged children in Lebanese public schools. In recent years, ANA AQRA has expanded its offerings to address the educational, cultural, and psychosocial needs of these communities.
Al Madad Foundation is a UK registered charity committed to the promotion of literacy and education for disadvantaged children across the Middle East. Through our local partnerships, multimedia artistic expression, intercultural dialogue, educational projects and events we engage international actors to join us in developing and supporting programs to emancipate and empower those most vulnerable and excluded.
BZ KIDZ is a non-profit youth organization that provides after school programs for Lebanese kids whose families can not afford their academic success. We keep kids off the streets by giving them a sense of belonging. We help kids with homework, study for exams and engage them in fun learning activities. Every day, millions of kids leave school with no place to go. Help us serve more kids more often. Your contribution can change a child's life.
Care (Consultant Advocacy for Remedial Education) is an NGO that started in 2010 as a small private institute which caters to young adults. Its mission is to help students with special needs achieve their outmost potential to become responsible, productive and independent citizens regardless of their individual abilities or financial situation, through professional and social integration.
DOT (Digital Opportunity Trust) Lebanon is a Lebanese NGO that enables people to access and apply information and communications technologies (ICT) to create education, economic and entrepreneurial opportunities. We empower young people, entrepreneurs, schools & SMEs with the business, digital and life skills to start businesses, find jobs and generate income. We have been working in marginalized communities since 2003 with funding and partnership support from Cisco Systems, the Government of Canada, USAID, UNICEF, EU, and multiple other donors.
Inclusion for all is a value for all! Empowerment Through Integration (ETI). ETI accomplishes its mission to transform the social stigma associated with visual impairment in Lebanon through implementing yearly empowerment programs for youth with visual impairment, their families and members of the community. The programs bring together both sighted and visually impaired youth in Beirut, Tripoli, and other parts of Lebanon
Hayda Baytak is a non-governmental organization that provides scholarly assistance to students who have lost either or both parents and have no other means of paying their tuition fees. The NGO seeks to extend support to students who have suffered immeasurable loss, in the hope of providing them with a second, loving home, and the promise of a brighter future and aims to help these students on the long run, in decisions related to their educational path. At the moment, Hayda Baytak solely relies on donors and fundraising events to upkeep its quest for education, and intends to make permanent partnerships along the way to support its cause on a bigger scale.
ICAA’s Activities: Create a platform for IC alumni to support each other, support the school and promote causes consistent with the IC values. Leverage the power of the IC alumni network to promote the IC values and spirit in society at large. Support sons and daughters of Alumni with financial aid at IC and support Alumni with financial aid at universities. Provide mentorship, internship and career advancement support for IC alumni and create a platform for continuous education to all IC alumni.
Mission and vision:
Vision: ICF Lebanon provides a trusted forum for/of professional coaches to maintain coherent and consistent coaching standards to inspire positive changes towards a growing society
Mission: ICF Lebanon creates a safe space and provides support for the continuous development of professional coaches in the advancement of coaching in Lebanon.
The purpose of the "Learning Center for the Deaf" (LCD) is to provide quality programs to respond to the urgent needs of deaf persons in Lebanon, LCD has initiated challenging services and programs not available in Lebanon, with emphasis on education, in its broad meaning, as a tool for change and advancement of the deaf community.
Lebanese Alternative Learning is an NGO which aims to develop alternative educational resources through technology and creative interventions. A network of educators, education technology experts, artists and communication specialists are working together to enhance teaching methods and practices in Lebanon. Our priority is to empower vulnerable communities and ensure all children receive an engaging and effective learning experience and avoid school dropouts.
« Les Genévriers de Melkart » est un club Outdoor fondé par le Collège Melkart, qui a pour objectif d’initier la jeunesse d’aujourd’hui à la richesse du plein air.
Ainsi la jeunesse libanaise sera sportive et aventurière, curieuse et autonome capable de se repérer et de se débrouiller en pleine nature, sachant identifier, apprécier et respecter la faune et la flore endémique du pays.
Toutefois, «Les Genévriers de Melkart » ne s’éloigne point du cadre scolaire : sur les 15 ans que dure la scolarité, les élèves auront parcouru le Liban, auront découvert sa géographie, se seront immergés dans les traditions du terroir et l’histoire de son patrimoine. Les disciplines académiques se transmettront dans « les classes sans murs », ou le plaisir de l’enseignement en pleine nature.
Mosaik is part of the non-profit organization “Foyer de la Providence” which works in partnership with “Institut Europeen de cooperation et de Developpement” (IECD)- a French development organization.
Since 2004, Mosaik’s team has worked with children with special needs in order to enhance their academic capacities and ensure their complete personal development.
Mosaik is a school that is also devoted to its students’ academic learning, affectionate needs, social skills, physical well-being and motor activities.
The objective is to prepare the children to be independent and integrated in society.
The school hosts around 85 children between 3 and 18 years old that might present low to mild mental retardation, learning disabilities, verbal et non-verbal communication disorder, attention deficit/Hyperactivity and behavioral disorder. The team working around the children includes different professionals.
Myschoolpulse is a Lebanese non-profit organization that brings school to hospitals in Lebanon. Myschoolpulse teaches all children aged 3 to 17 who are undergoing treatment for a life-threatening or chronic illness, thus giving them the opportunity to continue their education. It has tutors permanently assigned at the St George University Medical Center, Hotel Dieu de France, Hopital Libanais Geitawi, Rafik Hariri Hospital and the Notre-Dame du Secours Hospital.
Vision: NEIGB Alumni Association aims to create a lifelong community of alumni in order to increase meaningful engagement, participation, volunteer involvement, and philanthropic commitment to NEIGB as an institution and community. Mission: The NEIGB Alumni Association strives to help its community members utilize the precious network of alumni by being a liaison between the young and older generations. The association also supports deserved alumni or students by providing scholarships funded by contributions from alumni members and organized events.
We are Our Lady of Hope Foundation for Education & Teaching, a nonprofit organization created in 1987 on an initiative of the Fattal Group. We contribute in granting many Lebanese pupils better access to education and quality learning. Our ultimate vision is to reduce generational cycles of poverty by giving pupils equal access to education; therefore, helping children and youth become active members of society. We focus on granting financial aid because the cost of schooling in Lebanon is the number one financial burden on most households, often resulting in alarming rates of poor quality education, school drop-outs and in some cases, no schooling at all.
Paradis d'Enfants' mission is to provide underprivileged children with the same quality of education offered in private schools and to develop generations that believe in equality, solidarity and mutual respect.
We aim to strengthen and enlighten our students' personalities and academic knowledge to prepare them for any journey they wish to pursue. Our vision is to ensure that our children acquire academic preparation for higher education, obtain a civic and patriotic foundation, develop strong personalities for all future challenges, and learn to confidently express themselves and develop leadership skills.
Semeurs d’Avenir is a Lebanese non-for profit organization operating in the field of vocational and educational training. With its partners, it builds environments that allow every person to reveal their talents, build a better future, and become a responsible actor in his/her country. Semeurs D’Avenir has been operating in Lebanon since 2010. Along with its sister-NGO Institut Européen de Cooperation et de Développement (IECD), a team of thirty people runs about ten projects in the country.
SKILD is a non-profit organization and center specialized in helping children with special needs and learning differences reach their full potential. The SKILD center, located in Mansourieh, offers professional assessment and evaluation as well as a range of effective intervention services including speech therapy, special education, psychomotor therapy, and counseling. All of our assessment and intervention services are provided by our team of experts who genuinely care about the success of students with learning differences. In addition, SKILD is committed to building community awareness about the rights and needs of children with learning differences. Hence, SKILD played a key role is launching the National Day for Students with Learning Difficulties in 2013, in collaboration with the Center for Educational Research and Development, the Ministry of Education, and the British Council.
Fondation Saradar is dedicated to promoting culture, art, education and sports, facilitating the access to:
• The understanding and appreciation of art through exhibitions, education, research initiative and publication
• e-Literacy to bridge the digital divide and promote computer-based learning programs
• Professional sports training programs
Social Work League’s major objectives: 1- Providing financial and moral support for university students 2- Spreading cultural and educational awareness 3- Cooperating with other clubs and associations 4- Fighting ignorance and backwardness 5- Helping the promotion of respect for personal freedoms 6- Educating students about the code of conduct for living a civilized life أهداف الرابطة كما يلي - مساعدة الطلاب الجامعيين ماديا ومعنويا - نشر الوعي والثقافة - تقديم الإعانات المعنوية والقانونية والمادية - التنسيق والتعاون مع كافة النوادي والجمعيات - محاربة التخلف والجهل بكافة أشكاله وتشجيع التعليم العالي - العمل على احترام الحريات العامة للفرد والجماعة
Briefing About TEACH: Is a nongovernmental association. One of its sections is a school for children with learning difficulties where they get their therapy and are educated in contained classes. Our aim is to involve them in the society. Another section is the Assesement and therapy Center.
TAC is an NGO whose mission is to help as many children in Lebanon enroll and attend public schools irrespective of their gender, religion, location and performance. The aim of TAC is to fund all the families in need by paying all the expenses of their education including transportation, books, stationary and parents' committee fees.
Teach For Lebanon (TFL) is a Lebanese organization that works to provide less-privileged students in Lebanon with an inclusive, relevant, and excellent education. TFL enlists some of the country’s most promising young leaders to teach for two years in public school and semi-private schools throughout the country to provide equity in quality education by fostering youth leadership and promoting civic engagement.
Teach For Lebanon (TFL) is a Lebanese organization that works to provide less-privileged students in Lebanon with an inclusive, relevant, and excellent education. TFL enlists some of the country’s most promising young leaders to teach for two years in public school and semi-private schools throughout the country to provide equity in quality education by fostering youth leadership and promoting civic engagement.
Unite Lebanon Youth Project (ULYP) was established in 2010 to address the issues of youth disengagement and social inequality facing marginalized youth living in Lebanon. Through our programs we unite underprivileged children and young adults and give them the necessary tools to break the cycle of violence and build a peaceful, united society. In this way we aspire to bring democratic values, freedom of expression, equality and human rights principles to the entire community. We believe that through the child we educate the family, and through the family we unite the nation.
Voix de la Femme Libanaise’ was founded in 1970 as an NGO providing assistance to disadvantaged people and families in the social, healthcare and educational fields. Today it focuses on three areas: 1- School Scholarships: 1,700 Lebanese children benefit from this program to date. 2- Medical and Social Service: VFL’s Socio-Medical center in Fanar is accredited by the Ministry of Health for the ‘Primary Health Care’ program which provides free medical consultations in gynecology, cardiology, pediatrics, dental care,…. in addition it offers social and family support in afterschool tutoring, animations for teen, trainings for women, among many more activities. 3- Social and Family Service: VFL’s Centre Saint Hubert in Ain El Remmaneh supports families with a Nursery for toddlers, summer camps, and work opportunities for women through its kitchen and handcrafts projects. In addition, the center avails frequent seminars for women to build awareness on sensitive topics that could affect their family lives.
It was established to promote Biodiversity Conservation through environmental education and by changing people’s attitudes towards wildlife through awareness programs, rehabilitation of injured, captured, orphan wild animals and captive breeding, to be released at later stages, whenever possible.
Fighting to improve the welfare of animals and stop the unnecessary and avoidable suffering and abuse that is so frequently seen, Animals Lebanon was founded as a registered non-profit organization in 2008. We work to improve the welfare of animals through comprehensive national animal protection and welfare legislation and compliance with international conventions. To support this campaign we provide nationwide public assistance for companion animals while rescuing and improving the conditions of captive endangered wildlife.
Seven years ago, with the French kayak team, an idea shined. It started like a challenge. Five years later, on the 22nd of May1998, this challenge gave birth to the Lebanese Canoe-Kayak Federation. From that specific date, our main goal was to develop and promote the Canoe-Kayak activity, with all its disciplines, to form the sports leaders, and to create new clubs. The Canoe- Kayak has become a sport for all. We want to share with others the development of the Canoe-Kayak activity all over the world and we want to participate in world championships.
Green Mind, founded by Mrs. Nada Zaarour, is a non-governmental organization (NGO) established in 2012 by a group of Lebanese professionals with a vision to create and promote sustainability practices in all of its economic and social policies in the Middle East.
The Green Party of Lebanon is a movement founded in 2004, registration #1323/2008 carrying principles of green politics. It's aim is to bring ecological, social and economic justice , through enhancing the application of good governance and transparency in Lebanon's socio-economic political system. Through that we would lobby to alter the governments strategy and attention towards social politics focusing on the daily needs of the Lebanese citizen's life catering for affairs that extend from health care and education to Gender equality, civil and citizen rights.
OAKS & CEDARS with its operating arm GREEN STEPS, is a Lebanese NGO that is concerned with environmental and ecological activities, and our ultimate target is to participate and help actively in the reforestation of the Lebanese mountains – particularly the treeless areas or disastered areas - by planting 4 million cedars and other perennial trees symbolizing the Lebanese population. Our association strives as well to create ecological awareness near the school’s students by initiating them to plantation activities and raise their love for nature. We educate young people to agricultural activities by making them participate in picking and harvesting fruits and vegetables and make visits to villages and rural zones and highlight on traditional local crafts and activities to encourage the local community.
The message of the HEAD association is assembly to contribute the preservation of the environment and its elements of earth, air, water, and biodiversity in Lebanon by working to raise the environmental awareness, enhancing the technical skills and environmental sense of citizenship by the individuals and institutions with focusing on women, children, and young people in collaboration with governmental and non- governmental institution, and to act within the interest of the country within the principles of sustainability and effective participation of the community?
تسعى جمعية احياء مع الجهات المختصة لتنمية مفهوم الرسالة الوطنية الاجتماعية الثقافية الانسانية الهادفة الى حماية البيئة ونشر الفنون الراقية والمحافظة على التراث
العمل والتنسيق مع المؤسسات الرسمية والهيئات الأهلية في سبيل تطوير مختلف الأعمال والبرامج الهادفة الى حماية البيئة بمختلف عناصرها والمحافظة على الموارد والمناطق الطبيعية وصون التراث الوطني
The Association for the Protection of Jabal Moussa (APJM) is a non-governmental, not-for-profit organization founded in 2007 for the conservation of biodiversity and preservation of the cultural heritage in Jabal Moussa UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, located in Keserwan Ftouh / Jbeil. Driven by its dedicated team, APJM has recorded many achievements. Results include the establishment of a community-based ecotourism infrastructure, development of three native tree nurseries to preserve valuable flora species, sustained socio-economic initiatives through its food and handicraft products, preservation and restoration of natural landscapes and archeological sites, awareness raising through innovative educational tools
JANNAT BLADI Foundation is a civil non-profit institution, concerned with environmental and socio-cultural activities. It aims at stimulating individuals to employ their intellectual, physical and scientific energies and capacities in various social and environmental activities in order to promote the country and teamwork in Lebanon.
Jouzour Loubnan is a Non-Governmental Organization with three main goals: - INCREASE THE WOODLAND AREA in Lebanon by planting native species. - EMPOWER LOCAL COMMUNITIES to protect, manage, promote and benefit from the projects. - PROMOTE ENVIRONMENTAL AWARENESS of our natural resources amongst younger generations. Since 2008 we have planted more than 300,000 trees in 23 different regions in Lebanon. And in 2016 we launched our campaign ADOPT a CEDAR. In addition, we run a Laboratory for Seed Germination and Conservation – LSGC SEED BANK in partnership with the Saint Joseph University
The Lebanese House Establishment for the Environment (LHEE) is a non-governmental organization founded in 1999 under factual attestation number 47/a.d. Our work is focused on sound environmental sensitization at the local, regional and international level. The concept of the environment along with Mother Nature includes the ethical educational sectors, developing potentials, supporting the youth, encouraging volunteering, seeking to achieve citizenship awareness, transparency and human rights
The Lebanon Mountain Trail (LMT) is the first long-distance hiking trail in Lebanon. It extends from Al-Qbaiyat in the north of Lebanon to Marjaayoun in the south, a 470-Km (2993 mile) path that transects more than 75 towns and villages at altitudes ranging from 600 meters to 2,000 meters (about 1,800-6,000 feet) above sea level. The Lebanon Mountain Trail Association (LMTA) was established in 2007 to ensure long-term sustainability of the Lebanon Mountain Trail
Lebanon Reforestation Initiative (LRI) aims to conserve and expand Lebanon’s forests through a community-based approach and public-private partnerships. It also aims to empower communities to advocate to better manage their forest resources
LSES was established in 1980 on the initiation of highly educated engineers. LSES members included solar energy companies' owners, chairmen of university engineering departments, chemical, mechanical and electrical engineers as a non-profit organization, but the war in Lebanon, from 1975 to 1990, and its economic consequences, were a major handicap to the development of LSES in Lebanon. Not until the start of 2002, LSES was able to resume its activities with new members, new elected administrative board and new challenges. LSES has been very active since.
Ricerca e Cooperazione (RC) promotes developmental programs believing that the disappearance of what nature and human beings have created in their history, represents an irreversible loss for each earth inhabitant; everyone on earth has the right to have a decent life, which is a fundamental element to reduce conflicts and level existing disparities. RC daily assists to reverse the disappearance of cultural heritage, biodiversity and indigenous cultures; energy and natural resources are constantly diminishing while desertification is progressing relentlessly.
AAA was founded by advocate Autism parents who volunteered to enhance the life of families with Autism in Lebanon. In 2018, AAA started a “Center for Autism Services” at Antelias, Kassis street (Naccache area) AAA will have daily classes for adults with autism, in addition to afternoon workshops/activities for all ages, 2 or 3 times a week. For More information, Contact us on: 70-125407 & 04-521477 firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
ALiSEP is the Lebanese Association for multiple sclerosis. It helps MS patients morally by organizing conferences and sessions for awareness as well as therapy and financially by helping to cover the costs of MS related medical tests (MRI, Blood test etc…), physiotherapy, hospitalization, and medication charges not covered by social security.
Alzheimer's Association Lebanon was established in 2004 as a national non-governmental not-for-profit organization that aims to improve the living standards of individuals with dementia and their caretakers. Studies show there are about 30 000 Alzheimer's disease cases in Lebanon upon with AAL has set its two-fold vision to reach out to more families and improve quality of life, and to help in building a professional infrastructure for support and care through knowledge. AAL's 3 programs are: Alzheimer's disease Early Diagnosis Program, Youth Awareness Program and Pharmacological & Non-pharmacological intervention awareness for AD patients.
The importance of raising nationwide awareness about cancer research led to the establishment of AMALOUNA ( أملنا ) , an American University of Beirut-affiliated educational organization that promotes research as humanity's best defense against cancer and highlights the importance of investing in scientific research to explain and understand cancer at the molecular and biological level. AMALOUNA was pioneered by Dr. Rihab Nasr, an associate professor in the Department of Anatomy, Cell Biology and Physiology, Faculty of Medicine at AUB in March 2014. Her vision is gaining traction both on and off AUB campus. Currently, the organization not only includes AUB students (undergraduates, Masters, PhDs) of different majors and backgrounds, but also people of diverse vocations.
“Assameh – Birth and Beyond” is a Beirut-based non-profit organization that was founded by Pr. Robert Sacy along with a devoted team of volunteers in 2014. Its mission is to build, equip and run government hospitals across the country providing first class medical service to unfortunate children and premature babies, at a fraction of the cost incurred in private hospitals. Based on this vision, the Quarantina Government Hospital: “The Carlos Slim Center for Children”, which is the first ever joint Government and University Pediatric Hospital in Lebanon, was established in 2016 and the NGO has already successfully treated around 2,000 babies with the expectation that over 900 patients will be cared for in 2018.
Barbara Nassar Association was founded to support adult cancer patients, morally and financially, to continue their treatment with Dignity. Barbara was a metastatic cancer patient; she fought like a heroine during five years, and got the official papers of the association, few days before she passed away on February 2014. You can watch a short movie on YouTube regarding her, titled “Barbara Nassar Story” The Association helped till now more than 70 cancer patients. And have collected medicines from families of deceased patients and provided it to actual patients. The average total amount is about USD 550,000 in 30 months.
The Brave Heart Fund is a charitable fundraising initiative established in November 2003 at the Children's Heart Center at the American University of Beirut Medical Center (AUBMC) with the mission that: “No child should die of heart disease because of a lack of funds”. Brave Heart Fund helps cover the cost of hospital treatment and surgeries for underprivileged children suffering from Congenital Heart Disease, without any discrimination to gender, nationality, or religious affiliation. Thanks to the continuous support and generosity of caring individuals and institutions, the Brave Heart Fund has been able to save the lives of more than 3,200 children from all over Lebanon in the last 13 years, with an annual average of 350 medical interventions in the last 5 years.
We are a group of volunteers consisting of doctors (with many specialties), nurses, social workers, educators and other health and social professionals. we organize free medical campaigns for treatment and physical examination , we have a primary care medical and social center in Beirut, which includes a dispensary and which distributes chronic medications for more than 600 poor families. we organize many social and educational conferences concerning subjects like drugs abuse, smoking cessation, heart diseases, diabetes, breast and uterus cancers,We had also participated actively in the program of medical screening and examination in many schools and we participated actively in the program of vaccination where we vaccinated more than 5500 children's against the poliomyelitis. Our association had also organized many ecological activities including the plantation of more than 2000 trees in many villages
In 1995, a group of volunteers rallied to a single united mission: not to let suffering children die just because their families could not afford the cost of their medical care. The CAP-HO Committee’s founding members vowed to provide children in need regardless of their religion of origin, with the proper medical follow-up and care they deserve. CAP-HO is carrying its mission with the help of pediatricians and surgeons at the St. George Hospital University Medical Center, in addition to the generous contributions of kind-hearted volunteers.
The Fund aims at preventing sudden cardiac death in young athletes through advocating for mandatory cardiac screening of athletes, raising public awareness regarding cardiac risk in the young, providing free cardiac screening to young athletes and ensuring better preparedness and safety of the sports areas through the availability of Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) & Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR)-certified coaches. Early detection of cardiac diseases in young athletes can save their lives! Availability of AEDs and CPR-trained people can give a second chance for a person in sudden cardiac arrest!
CHANCE (CHildrenAgaiNstCancEr) is dedicated to the cause of supporting children with cancer and blood disorders whose families are incapable of covering the expenses of their medical treatments and hospitalization. Our association has been involved with this cause for more than 13 years. We aim at organizing fundraising projects and events, where the money we raise is donated solely to lend financial support to the needy children from various regions in Lebanon through paying the cost of their chemotherapy and radiotherapy treatments at 5 different hospitals: Saint Georges, Rizk, Abou Jaoude, Sainte Thereze and Hotel dieu.
CCCL's Mission is to support all children with cancer and their families through securing funds to have access to the latest treatment and excellence in psychosocial services to help fight the disease and to secure education to create better understanding and awareness. CCCL provides access to free treatment and care to all children with cancer in Lebanon and the region without any discrimination..
The Chronic Care Center is a non-governmental, non-profit organization striving to lead specialized care for Thalassemic and insulin-dependent diabetic children by providing excellent, comprehensive, and accessible services and research for Lebanon. The Center also aims at contributing in building up healthy generations through working to prevent the disease and increasing awareness among the general population. Its humanitarian mission is founded on the basic right of every child to a better health. Founded in 1993 to answer to the urgent needs expressed by the medical community and the patients' families, the Center was officially inaugurated in June 1994. The Center aims at maximizing quality of health care and social support to children affected by Thalassemia and Type 1 Diabetes.
Crush Kancer with a Smile is an NGO founded by cancer survivor Charif Kaiss who miraculously survived cancer in 2016. It Works on providing full moral support to all sorts of cancer patients all over Lebanon - since most of the therapy takes place in the mind! Its long term Aim is to start covering the expensive treatments of patients who are struggling financially. Its Dream is to be able to CRUSH and eradicate cancer someday!
The National Diabetes Organization - DiaLeb is a not-for-profit organization focused on diabetes in Lebanon. DiaLeb's mission is to improve the lives of people affected by diabetes and help in its prevention by promoting healthy lifestyles, research and developing a better understanding of diabetes diagnosis and care." We mainly work on awareness visiting Schools, Universities, Municipalities and other NGO's through different programs: DIABETES IN THE CLASSROOM SOCIAL ACTIVITIES PATIENT SESSIONS COMMUNITY AWARENESS SPORTS ACTIVITIES DIALEB'S PARTICIPATION IN LOCAL AND INTERNATIONAL EVENTS DIABETES SUMMER CAMP
DSC is a non-profit non-governmental organization which promotes responsible citizenship through raising awareness on and encouraging safe blood transfusions in Lebanon by organizing blood drives in universities, companies and public places in partnership with most hospitals in Lebanon, as well as creating a centralized database of potential volunteers who are willing to generously donate their blood, platelets and plasma to patients in need; hence answering the greatest possible number of demands all over the Lebanese territory.
Embrace is a mental health initiative, previously affiliated with the Department of Psychiatry at the American University of Beirut Medical Center (AUBMC), and now an official Lebanese non-governmental organization. Embrace works toward removing the stigma and shame associated with mental illness through various awareness and educational programs. In line with its mission to decrease mental illness and suicide in Lebanon, Embrace is launching the first suicide prevention helpline in Lebanon and the Middle East.
Epsilon main goals are: 1. Improve epilepsy image and awareness in the community and diffuse medical knowledge regarding this condition. 2. Support epileptic patients and their families medically, financially, socially and psychologically and defend their rights in order to improve their quality of life. Main actions included: 1. Approaches have been made with hospitals administration offices in order to facilitate and cover some tests and epilepsy surgery expenses. 2. Psychological and social support to patients and families. 3. Awareness campaigns mostly launched the schools’ epilepsy awareness campaign in collaboration with the ministry of education. 4. Several TV shows. 5. Epsilon USB card “in case of emergency” was created and distributed to patients. 6. Fun raising events such as hiking day and annual gala dinner at Music Hall. 7. Annual scientific congress in November, which is the epilepsy awareness month. 8. Mohasseb award given to medical doctors in training.
Global Smile Foundation MENA (GSF-MENA) is dedicated to conducting cleft outreach programs throughout the Middle East and Africa and aims to treat underserved patients born with facial deformities, including cleft lips and palates, through surgery and continued follow-up. Many of GSF-MENA’s patients cannot afford to have their congenital deformities corrected and if left unrepaired, they can lead to speech deficits, nutritional insufficiencies, dental problems, ear infections and even hearing loss.
Every year, 1 in 100 babies is born with congenital heart disease, the most common birth defect in the world and the #1 cause of death for children under the age of one. In Lebanon alone, more than 1000 babies are diagnosed with heart disease every year. In September 2015 a chapter of Gift of Life International (GOLI), a nonprofit organization headquartered in USA, was founded in Lebanon to fund healthcare projects with a specific focus on Pediatric Cardiac Surgery and prevention programs for children with heart disease of low income family.. The Lebanon chapter has had the privilege to partner with the Children Heart Center (CHC) at The American University Medical Center (AUBMC), the largest Pediatric Cardiac Center in the Middle East. In 2017 Gift of Life Lebanon signed an MOU with Hammoud Hospital in Saida to service the growing number of refugees in Lebanon. Since 2015 Gift of Life Lebanon has been saving the life of 100 children every year through pediatric cardiac surgeries in addition to prevention programs and awareness campaign. Gift of Life Lebanon long-term goal is to provide healthcare services to every needy child with congenital heart problems in Lebanon regardless of gender or national origin.
Congenital anomalies of the heart are among the most frequent malformations. They occur in 1% of all newborns and are the first cause of death before the age of one year. Unfortunately, all children do not have access to the same standards of care; and because of lack of funds, some are condemned to die. Established in 2005, Heartbeat is a non-profit non-governmental organization whose mission is to treat children suffering from congenital heart disease by providing the highest level of advanced surgical technology and expertise available and securing the necessary funds to cover the treatment. With the belief that “Music Saves Lives”, Heartbeat doctors and volunteers join forces every year and perform in a unique concert to raise the needed funds for the treatment of children, saving to date more than 2,200 lives.
Bloodlink Foundation is an NGO handling iBloodlink application. iBloodlink is an application for mobile devices. Once downloaded, urgent Blood, Platelets & Bone Marrow request / donation become just a click away. No third party involved. Users that register are asked to input only their blood type and email address for verification. Nevertheless, all registered users will maintain anonymity as privacy is fully respected. Requests are transferred via push-notifications to matching blood types.
IDRAAC, Institute for Development, Research, Advocacy and Applied Care conducts and promotes research in mental health and raises public awareness about mental health and mental disorders while providing care for all age groups (children, adolescents, adults and the elderly). IDRAAC was Founded in 1997, and is the first NGO dedicated to mental health in Lebanon and the Arab World and is located in Beirut, Lebanon.
Isha Middle East is an NGO dedicated to raising human consciousness and fostering global harmony through individual transformation. It is an essential resource for exploring tools to deepen one's experience of life, and reach their ultimate potential. We present a novel solution for Lebanon's rampant problems: individual transformation. When each lebanese person is a more joyful and aware, the better she/he will conduct issues like waste management, pollution, traffic and politics. Such transformation on the personal level carries patriotic consequences for the whole country.
The LALS offers full support to ALS patients and their families. It collaborates with ALS professionals to support research programs. It also contributes in helping patients and their relatives manage the disease, in pushing the public authorities to take into consideration the needs of ALS patients, and in disseminating useful information to patients, relatives and the general public. ALS is the most commonly known and common type of motor neuron disease, which also includes primary lateral sclerosis, as well as various forms of paralysis and partial paralysis. It is a neuromuscular disease characterized by the degeneration of precise nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord. Little by little, this deterioration affects the brain’s capacity to move and control voluntary muscles. With a lack of stimulation to these muscles by the brain, they begin to atrophy, leading to progressive paralysis.
The Lebanese Association of Medical Services for Addiction (LAMSA) fosters evidence-based medical education and awareness of addiction, mental health, co-occurring physical health and wellbeing issues while advocating for the de-stigmatization of those diseases. In LAMSA, we prioritize our services toward the most frequent consumed substances by youth such as tobacco, alcohol and cannabis (Marijuana), with a particular highlight on the link between cannabis use and psychosis. LAMSA also advocates for the implementation of effective and affordable strategies that systematically screen children, teens and youth for psychological, mental, environmental and other risk factors for addiction and behavior, with the aim to promote a sustainable and healthy community for the future. Our added value is the know-how of listening and communicating with empathy and compassion.
Little Heroes is a non-profit organization that was formed to address the enormous lack of awareness, funding and resources going to children and young adults diagnosed with pediatric rheumatic diseases.
The Lebanese Autism Society (LAS) is a non-governmental organization. It was founded in 1999 by parents of children with Autism and professionals. LAS advocates for the rights of individuals with Autism and provides them and their families support and services from early childhood to adulthood.
The Lebanese Food Bank (LFB) Association is a non-governmental organization established in 2011 by a group of Lebanese citizens to fight hunger and food waste in Lebanon. The LFB is a member of the Food Banking Regional Network in Dubai; which is part of the Global Food Banking Network. We are audited by one of the big 4 global accounting firms. Every day, LFB provides food to vulnerable families and individuals through 70 selected NGOs across Lebanon disregarding political or religious affiliations. This is achieved via the collection of surplus food from partner restaurants, hotels, caterers, supermarkets and food exporters/importers. The Food Bank collects non-hazardous food products from reputable donor partners in accordance with international standards of safety and hygiene. Our food handling team holds certifications issued by Boecker; accredited by the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (CIEH, UK)
The Lebanese Breast Cancer Foundation (LBCF) is a non-profit, awareness, educational, fundraising initiative established in January 2011 by Dr. Nagi S. El Saghir (President) at the American University of Beirut Medical Center (AUB-MC) and a group of six women who either survived breast cancer or had close relatives surviving it. The aims of this association are raise awareness about breast health, provide comprehensive support for patients with breast cancer, and encourage research for the cure from breast cancer.
The LSEDL was established in 1962 and is a member of the Lebanese Order of Physicians. Its mission is to provide a unifying platform to Lebanese endocrinologists (currently 180 active members), where they can interconnect and grow professionally. The LSEDL as a body allows for the dynamic practice of endocrinology to evolve in tune with the scientific advances and sociocultural needs of the country. Diabetes Mellitus is one example where the Society supports medical education, actively promotes public health measures, and population outreach to minimize the impact of this epidemic. The LSEDL typically works in partnership with other scientific bodies, the industry, NGO’s and governmental organizations.>
Marsa is a non-profit organisation operating as a sexual health center. It was established in 2011 to provide sexual health education and services for the youth anonymously, in a friendly environment free of stigma and discrimination. The center provides rapid testing for HIV, Hepatitis and Syphilis, along with medical consultations for screening of other sexually transmitted infections. The medical services are complemented by psychological support, since the center believes in comprehensive sexual health care. Marsa is Kern on providing sexual health education to the public through its health promotion videos and publications. To this date, it has offered over 10,000 direct services to its clients.
MEEDA, Middle East eating disorders association is the first NGO dedicated to raising awareness, providing support, and offering guidance to anyone in the region who is suffering from any kind of eating disorders (Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa, Binge eating Disorder). MEEDA’s plan this year is to be active in Lebanon through fund raising events and an awareness campaign targeting schools and universities. MEEDA will be visiting Lebanon schools and universities to increase awareness on eating disorders. And its first event for fund raising and increase awareness this year is its participation in Beirut Marathon.
New Breath is a youth-led, humanitarian and environmental initiative that raises funds to cover the cost of urgent, life-saving surgeries for children and also combats climate change in Lebanon. Activities of New Breath: Fully or partially covering the cost of life-saving surgeries for children in Lebanon; Running continuous fundraising projects - sale of houseplants and recycled items during occasions and annual events; Planting 300 Pine trees in Horsh Beirut in March 2015; and (ongoing) Planting 150 Olive trees in Habbarieh, South Lebanon in 2016-2017
NOOTDT-LB is non-profit organization affiliated with the ministry of public health and presided by the Lebanese minister of health. Organ donation, in the dramatic situation where a dear one is in brain death, is the utmost gesture of generosity and human solidarity. Save lives. Help patients. Donate organs after death.
Nudge Lebanon is the first nongovernmental behavioral insights and nudge initiative in the Arab region seeking to “make Lebanon a better place one experiment at a time”. It aims to ‘nudge’ people and organizations in the right direction using behavioral sciences tools and experimentation methods. Its focus areas are the promotion of socio-economic development and the rule of law in Lebanon and the Arab world.
Nusroto - Al Anachid was established on October 2005(Acknowledgment note 203/AD) Lebanon - Bekaa - Zahle. Nusroto aims to rehabilitate drugs addicts and to reintegrate them in society as productive individuals. Nusroto also aims to serve prisoners and to provide them medical, social and legal services as Prison Fellowship International.
OpenMinds is a fund created by parents and their friends to assist individuals with special needs through fundraising and advocacy initiatives centered on: • Raising awareness & promoting integration at all levels, particularly in schools, universities and the workplace • Helping families in need by supporting the AUBMC Special Kids Clinic • Promoting research into neurodevelopmental and neurogenetic disorders to support and promote the AUBMC Special Kids Clinic and the Neurogenetics program at AUBMC>
Oum el Noouris a Lebanese non-profit non-governmental organization that started in 1990 thanks to a group of people whose intention was to help a friend overcome addiction. This objective became the mission of Oum el Nour when it was formally established under decree no. 120/AD and became recognized as the organization concerned with the rehabilitation of drug addicts and with drug prevention programs.
Rabab cancer foundation aim to support cancer patients and improve the quality of life by providing psychosocial support and educational materials for cancer patients and caregivers. It also promotes cancer literacy and prevention methods, encourage cancer screening and early detection. The final target is to reduce the cancer incidence rate in Lebanon in the long term.”
Revive is a non-profit organization founded by 6 cancer survivors, aiming to provide full support to Adult cancer patients in Lebanon. Inspiring, motivating, sharing kindness and laughter is what we do best! Join us!
Remy Rbeiz Young Heart foundation's mission is to save the lives of children and young adults who, like Remy, are genetically predisposed to heart rhythm abnormalities that cause "Sudden Cardiac Death" (SCD). This will be achieved by spreading awareness, performing free preventive ECG/EKG events, encouraging the use of AEDs (defibrillators), and arranging training sessions in collaboration with the Lebanese Red Cross... In order to keep young hearts beating.
The Talal Kassem Fund for Post-Accident Care is a non-profit organization that was born after the tragic death of 17-year-old Talal who was run over by a reckless driver on his way to school at 7:00 am in the morning on October 19, 2010. Road accidents affect many children and youth who do not get the right treatment or medical care especially in the first 60 minutes "the golden hour", to be able to survive or lead healthy lives. For this reason and for the ones who DO make it, but need special care, our association was born. Taking care of Trauma Cases and Road Victims, has thus become our main goal.
SAID NGO is a non-profit, non-governmental organization whose mission is to raise awareness about the importance of early screening in the prevention of colorectal cancer. Our activities include: 1. offering lectures in dispensaries, hospitals, and schools all over Lebanon, 2. participating in a variety of events (marathon, university fairs among others) to reach out to a wide audience, 3. offering free FIT tests for early screening for colorectal cancer, 4. working on making March the national month of colorectal cancer awareness in Lebanon (as of 2017) 5. Organizing support group sessions with a clinical psychologist for patients and caregivers.
SANAD’s mission is to provide comprehensive free of charge home‐based hospice care to terminally ill cancer patients while preserving their dignity and enhancing the quality of their remaining life. We aim to assist patients in remaining as alert, functional and comfortable as possible within the calm and sanctuary of their own home, surrounded by family and loved ones. SANAD delivers these support services to patients regardless of their nationality, religion, political affiliation, gender, diagnosis or ability to pay.
SAWA is an independent non-governmental non-profit organization established in 2018. It provides palliative care at home to patients with life threatening illness in focusing on the medical, psychological, social, spiritual and religious needs of patients and their caregivers.
Shifaa, an NGO that encompasses a profound belief in the value of human life at its essence, provides an opportunity for community members to donate time, blood, money or connections to help save patients (especially kids) in need of hospitalized operations by top medical talent through a multidisciplinary collaborative approach.
Skoun aims to help people with addiction problems claim their lives by providing a nonjudgmental and caring environment of client-centered treatment and counseling. We deliver the tools and information necessary to reduce the harm caused by drug use and we advocate for drug policy change, increased public awareness and education regarding addiction.
This NGO is targeting prevention, safety and rescue for athletes, young and younger people while practicing their favorite sports. Its field of action is mainly: *Highlighting the risks of the chosen sport or activity *Reenforcement of security measures *Rehabilitation of rescue teams *Creating a trauma center *Its ultimate target is the acquisition of a medically equipped helicopter The Safer , The Better !!!
The Neonate Fund at AUBMC is a charitable initiative by mothers whose newborns required immediate medical attention. The fund is dedicated to assisting families to ensure that all sick or premature newborn babies get the adequate medical care at AUBMC, regardless of their families’ financial circumstances.
Founded in 2000 by the family of Attorney Mr. Antoine Kayrouz after his death of lung cancer, TFI is the only Lebanese NGO dedicated entirely to tobacco control. TFI’s Mission and Objectives Mission To fight against tobacco consumption in order to help improve the quality of life, reduce smoking-related diseases and deaths, and create a healthy environment. Objectives 1. To prevent young people from starting to smoke 2. To protect non-smokers from second-hand smoke 3. To help smokers quit
Yaduna- Women Heart Health Centre (WHHC) was founded in order to improve women's cardiovascular health and reduce the burden of disease through prevention, awareness, screening, primary treatment, advocacy, and research. The center strives to become a model of excellence in preventive and primary treatment of cardiovascular diseases in women, regardless of their social background. By collaborating with academic teams from distinguished national universities, the center will implement the highest standards of clinical practice and research.
YOHAN is a national foundation-(2017)Our mission is: 1-Spread awareness about Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) and encourage the youth to get a screening done(ECG). 2-Provide training to Basic Life Support(BLS) with certified coaches. 3-Set up AEDs ( Automated External Defibrillator) in schools, universities, gyms, public places where youth are present
ARM is a grassroots movement created by local activists, in collaboration with migrant community leaders and regional affiliates targeting day-to-day and institutional racism within the Middle East, primarily focusing on Lebanon.
Adel Metni Foundation is a non-profit organisation, established & registered in Lebanon, working on Road Safety Management, Consultancy & Education, alongside Defensive Driving Training , Local Empowerment for Road Safety & Motor Sport Orientation. The Foundation is dedicated to the memorial of “Adel Metni”, the previous well-known Lebanese & Arab Racing Champion.
AJEM, Association of Justice and Mercy, is a Lebanese non-profit, nongovernmental organization, nonpolitical, nonsectarian, founded in 1996. Our mission is to ensure a better environment to prisoners and their families. AJEM deals mainly with respect for human rights, fight against torture and other cruel, inhuman and degrading treatment and advocate to abolish death penalty. AJEM works mainly in favor of the rights of prisoners, but also drug users, MSM, refugees and asylum seekers, patients and carriers of the AIDS virus.
Catharsis is the first Drama Therapy center in Lebanon and in the Arab Region. It was founded in 2007 and is operating under the direction of Registered Drama Therapist, Zeina Daccache. Catharsis promotes and offers therapeutic actions through the use of theater and art processes for individuals and groups of all ages. It offers services and programs in various social, educational and therapeutic settings such as substance abuse treatment centers, prisons, mental health facilities, hospitals, schools, theaters and corporations. Also at its private practice clinic, Catharsis provides therapy for individuals and groups who wish to explore various life problems and expand their quality of life, using the healing power of drama and the expressive arts.
Le but d’Humanité Nouvelle est de faire en sorte que les personnes, dans leurs engagements quotidiens comme dans les occasions extraordinaires, mettent en œuvre les valeurs fondamentales telle que la fraternité, l’égalité sociale, le respect des droits de l’homme et la sauvegarde de la nature afin qu’elles puissent pénétrer dans les structures de la société, les renouvelle et suscite espoir, confiance et esprit constructif
Justice without Frontiers role is to develop and promote democratic reform and rule of law, and undertake legal and social projects that support human rights. It attracts volunteers, professionals who believe in human right principles and are dedicated to work towards prosecuting violators and supporting victims who have no access to justice. Human rights are violated on daily basis, in all parts of the world. Violations are caused by torture, abuse, or any other means that harm women, men, or children.
The purpose and the mission of the LFD mainly promotes the human rights of Deaf persons, including social, linguistical, cultural, ethlethical and educational domains to have better life standards of Deaf and persons with hearing loss throughout Lebanon. The Board of Directors and the members of the General Assembly are all Deaf persons from different backgrounds; therefore the LFD is run by Deaf persons. The LFD is an active member to the World Federation of the Deaf, which is directly affiliated with the United Nations, and its agencies, national organizations of deaf people, and relevant stakeholders
MARCH's mission is to educate, motivate, and empower citizens to recognize and fight for their basic civil rights, raise a tolerant open Lebanese society in order to foster diversity and equality and reach a genuine reconciliation among the various communities. Committed to civic responsibility and creative thinking, MARCH seeks to foster in the Lebanese society a more participatory and collaborative community. In its current strategy and projects, March is currently focusing on fighting for the right to freedom of expression (and fighting censorship), women's rights, and diversity and conflict resolution activi
MOSAIC is a holistic program committed to improve the health and wellness of marginalized group in Lebanon and beyond. MOSAIC provides comprehensive services for marginalized groups, namely social, legal and mental health services. MOSAIC also conducts research studies, advocates for policy reform, works on building knowledge and capacities on SOGI issues, and engages societies in the fight against human rights violations. موزاييك مؤسّسة لا تبتغي الرّبح تهدف إلى تحسين الوضع الصحّي والحياتي للفئات المهمّشة في لبنان وخارجه. وهي تقدّم خدمات قانونيّة، إجتماعيّة وصحّة نفسيّة لمجتمع الميم. كما تعمل على إنتاج الأبحاث، المدافعة من أجل تغيير السياسات، تعزيز المعرفة والقدرات حول مسائل تتعلّق بالميول الجنسية والهوية الجندرية، وإشراك المجتمعات في مناهضة انتهاكات حقوق الإنسان، وبشكل خاصّ انتهاكات حقوق مجتمع الميم.
جمعية ما في شي ناقص هي جمعية لبنانية غير ربحية و غير سياسية او دينية، هي جمعية لمساعدة مبتوري الأطراف اللبنانيين في لبنان و تعمل على تقديم جميع الإحتياجات التي يحتاجونها مبتوري الأطراف من اطراف صناعية لهم و تأمين فرص عمل و دمجهم مع المجتمع لحياة افضل و حقوق هم يستحقونها ليثبتو للعالم انو ( ما في شي ناقص )
Sakker el Dekkene' is a young NGO that aims to raise public awareness on the dangers of corruption and its high cost to the economy, and to promote a culture of integrity and good governance in Lebanon. Sakker El Dekkene seeks to encourage members of the public to report instances of corruption and bribery that they witness or are involved in, through a collection of tools and platforms specifically developed for this purpose, including a website (www.sakkera.com), a smart phone App ('sakkera' on iOS and Android) and a hotline: 76 80 80 80.
3a Stouh Beirut Association is a nonprofit organization that was established in Beirut, Lebanon, in 2017 in accordance with the Lebanese Law of Associations under 218. After 5 successful Telethons throughout the years that helped more than 50 indigent families, Mrs. Dalia Dagher decided to found 3a Stouh Beirut association that is concerned in Women empowerment and helping people in need. 3a Stouh Beirut telethon is a televised fundraising event that lasts many hours and broadcasted live on air, the purpose of which is to raise money for a charitable or purportedly worthy cause. Most telethons feature heavy solicitations for pledges (promises to donate funds at a later time) combined with variety show style entertainment. The equivalent term for a radio broadcast is a radiothon; most radiothons do not include the entertainment
ACSAUVEL “One House for all Generations” ACSAUVEL, civil association for the safeguard of the human being in Lebanon, is a non- profit humanitarian association. ACSAUVEL opened its doors to the kids with special needs & down syndrome in the year 1979. Mrs. Nabila Fares is cofounder since 1979 and president since 2003. Acsauvel is currently in charge of 110 mentally challenged children and adults. We offer them specialized education until they attain the age of 17 years, and at that stage, they move on to our protected workshops section to learn skills at a professional level. Our main aim is to integrate our children with special needs into society!
We are a group of friends, who share our passion for giving and charity. We are constantly developing and expanding our activities and adopting new ideas aimed at serving the community in its diversity. With our sincerity and integrity, we have been able to attract many volunteers and be a source of inspiration for many who have created their own groups. We always strive to be proactive, distinguished, and outstanding in what we offer to the community. 1. Occasionally, we do events for orphans, parties and Iftar in Ramadan. 2. We organize a monthly visit to one of the Children Cancer Centers in Beirut (RHUH, CCC and Makased Hospital) 3. We also have a seasonal event called "Bahja Car" where we organize special events for kids and visit the elderly in the hospitals and visit the pediatric sections of several hospitals in Beirut.
"Ajialouna" is a charitable, cultural, social, health, educational, productivity, and training organization, established in 1995. It supports underprivileged individuals disregarding nationality and age: Widows, orphans, students, poor families and the elderly believing that all people have equal access to good health, social security and educational opportunities; improve their standard of living and increase their awareness to become properly educated, healthy, financially independent and able to function productively.
Created in November 2007, the foundation aims at improving the living quality of everyone who wishes to or is in need, while providing various free services. Founded and financed by Mr. Albert Nassar and his family, it is a meeting place and an active community centre that is regularly evolving. The Foundation welcomes under-privileged people of all ages and with special needs from more than 100 Lebanese cities and villages as well as other nationalities and various religions. Our mission grows according to community's needs and contacts with various partners (NGOs; schools; ...). Services offered: Reception of groups, Education, awareness campaigns, Repas du Coeur, Collection of clothes...
It is a charitable association with different activities aiming at directing and implementing the efforts of some members in order to fulfill its purposes. These activities are social and humanitarian aiming at assisting people to stand on their feet in the Lebanese Society.
Al Ghina NGO is a registered non-government entity operating in Lebanon (21/a.d). We plan and carry out boots-on-the-ground projects to accomplish our objectives: - Care and Education of Orphans and Children. - Care for Widows, Seniors and the disabled. - Establishing health clinics, Educational schools and institutes.
"We walk hand in hand with people affected by Multiple Sclerosis toward a better quality of life." ALSEP is a national non-profit organization whose aim is to enable and empower people affected by MS to live to their fullest potential. ALSEP pledges to serve and support all people affected by Multiple Sclerosis in Lebanon through providing ongoing physical and psychosocial support for patients and their families, building awareness, being an information source, and advocating on behalf of people with MS for a better quality of life.
Amel was founded in 1979 by Dr. Kamel Mohanna and a team of activists, professors, doctors and journalists in response to the Israeli invasion of South Lebanon in 1978. Amel is a non-profit, nonsectarian association founded in 1979 by Dr. Kamel Mohanna and a team of activists, professors, doctors and journalists in response to the Israeli invasion of South Lebanon in 1978. Amel supports the most underprivileged populations in Lebanon, through various programs involving health care, psychosocial support, rural development, vocational training, child protection and the promotion of human rights. Due to its strong presence in underprivileged areas and the quality of services provided, the association has gained the confidence of the population and has involved thousands of people in programs related to Human Rights promotion as well as inter-community dialogue.
We welcome 67 young people limited in their autonomy of life, through an adapted service, taking into consideration the requirements linked to the nature of the disability and the family’s status. We, also, work on the family and society, so the process is manageable by both the individuals and the people around them.
En 1971, face à la misère considérablement accrue durant les évènements de la guerre et en réponse à l’appel du curé de la paroisse, quelques dames décident de s’organiser en association. L’Association est laïque, apolitique et à but non lucratif œuvrant pour des activités de bienfaisance sociale ayant pour objectifs : les seniors, les aides médicales, les aides aux familles et les bourses scolaires.
arcenciel is a Lebanese based non-profit organization that was established in 1985 during the Lebanese civil war. It was later recognized as a public interest NGO in 1995 by presidential Decree N7541. arcenciel’s main goal is to work with and support people living with disabilities or other physical and psychological difficulties. In 1994, arcenciel created the division “Acces et Droit” “Rights and Access” within the Ministry of Social Affairs It does that within the framework of 5 core programs, each designed to help arcenciel to actively participate in Lebanon’s sustainable development.
L’Ecoute is a non-profit organization whose mission is "More than Hearing...” Listening to the most in need. Thus, L'Ecoute “Educational Sorting Center” was created to ensure collecting, sorting, and transporting all recyclable materials to their specific recycling centers, in addition to spreading awareness among the new generation. Our main objective is about listening and serving deaf people and the most in need by supporting their integration in the workplace and encouraging their communication with others
People always need a place to live, especially when they are getting older. While some people continue living with their family, some go to a nursing home.Since 2011, A TOUT COEUR, a non-profit organization, is taking care of those people , trying to provide food, medicine and some necessities of life.12 ladies started this humanitarian work helped by a group of volunteers .
Bayader Welfare Association is a nonprofit organization established in 2004 and committed to help (1) orphans by educating the whole child and placing an importance on his/her emotional, physical, social and financial needs (2) elderly people by improving their social lifestyle (3) women empowerment, especially widows, by holding workshops and seminars, encouraging them to improve their potentials and creating job opportunities and market for their handicrafts products
BASSMA is a nonprofit association established in 2002 (178/AD), whose mission is to empower the most destitute Lebanese families and help them reach self-sufficiency, through different programs:
The Smile Restaurant that offers free hot meals, food/sanitary packs & clothing, Home refurbishments, reparations and renovations, the Night School program & School supplies, Professional trainings, Employment & Job Matching Office, Psychological follow-ups & Motivational sessions, Medical insurances for all mothers, as well as Outings, Sports & recreational Activities to all family members.
Our mission is to meet the socio-economic needs of the community of Barbara. Our work centers around supporting needy families, handicapped individuals, provision of medication and women empowerment activities. In addition, we hold social events to strengthen the bonds within the Barbara community. Of our activities: Brodery workshops, cooking workshops, charity events, participation in the solid waste recycling project with the Municipality, seminars on health and hygiene, seminars on road safety and seminars on drug addiction
Besme is a non-profit company that abides by the principles of an NGO. It is operated by a qualified team of professionals who have considerable experience in the humanitarian field in Turkey, Cyprus, Central Asia, and the Arab countries, including Lebanon. After receiving relevant information from academic studies, Besme primarily attends to humanitarian issues according to the International Bill of Human Rights and other international humanitarian structures. Moreover, the company executes all its projects regardless of gender, ethnicity, religion, national or social status, political affiliation or any other form of discrimination. That being said, Besme does focus mainly on the most fragile groups of society, namely children, youth and women, particularly in rural areas. As such, Besme gives priority to initiatives targeting women and youth empowerment as well as child protection. Besme is independent of any governmental, political, and religious affiliation. Its main aim is to provide the neediest people in and around Lebanon with tools for sustainable change, and it is committed to operating with full transparency and accountability. Based in Beirut, Besme employs associate experts and consultants working on a project basis
Our activities vary between Drug Rehabilitation Center, Center for Homeless Men, Center for abandoned /maltreated children, weekly free market for poor families, Free Hair Salon, 10 Snack Stands and Cafés free restaurants all over Lebanon, Center for divorced/battered women, Center for elderly people.
Mission and Vision of BYG: -Participation of the youth and reflecting their creative positive ideas on ground. -Create a positive atmosphere to strengthen social relations at the level of the town. -The desire of the youth to build social dialogue and be involved in new activities economically, socially, environmentally and culturally in coordination with the municipality, all social associations, sports and cultural clubs in the town. -Coordinate the activities with the municipality and the associations mentioned above, in order to avoid falling into the trap of repetition at the project level.
- Spreading the teachings of the Catholic Church and the principles of faith and ethics in the fields of health, environment, and life in general. - Developing a society that cares more for the sick, the child, the elderly, and the disabled and raising awareness among health workers, companions, volunteers, and parents about the importance of pastoralism, health, and the quality of life.
Caritas Lebanon strives for an environmentally sustainable economically inclusive developed world in which all people lead peaceful, just, and dignified lives in harmony and intergenerational solidarity
“The El-Khalil Foundation is an independent, nonprofit and nongovernmental organization. We believe in the ability of people to reach their full potential if given the opportunity and as such to contribute to society and be an effective voice in the decisions that forms their future.”
FALA, Friedreich Ataxia Lebanese Association, is a newly established NGO (March 2019) that aims to support people afflicted with Friedreich Ataxia (FA)- a rare neurodegenerative disease- and their caregivers. In addition to raising awareness among the Lebanese community about FA, our programs range from medical services (that include linking patients to therapists and doctors), to psychosocial support services and education enabling them to better manage their living conditions.
Our aim is to bring the Filipino-Lebanese families closer together while helping one another and build a day care center that caters to the educational needs of the children.
“FoodBlessed is a community-based, self-funded, volunteer-driven nonprofit organization that fights food poverty in Lebanon. They provide free meals for the unfortunate in their community on a weekly basis.They 'rescue' edible food that would have been thrown away from catering events, restaurants and shops, and redistribute that to those in need. The food rescued in most cases is not sellable, but is perfectly edible. They also work with schools and universities to spread awareness about the importance of managing food waste.
Faith and Light is based on groups called communities, comprising equally people with intellectual disabilities, their families and friends, especially young people, and that since Easter 1971. Community members meet regularly for gatherings of friendship, sharing, prayer and celebration.
“The Good Shepherd Sisters” are recognized by the ECOSOC as an international NGO which exists in 72 countries. They are committed to promote justice, peace and reconciliation. They provide care to children, women and families who are facing the greatest challenges. From healthcare to education, to championing women's and children’s rights, the Sisters of the Good Shepherd work rekindle the deep sense of worth and dignity in those who have been victims of injustice and life’s difficult circumstances. The Good Shepherd Sisters are committed to offer protection, education and compassion. They have different programs that provide child’s protection, women’s empowerment and family support. They aim to make a difference in the lives of people without discrimination of race, gender or religion
Heart For Lebanon is a non-profit Lebanese organization. We are passionate to unconditionally serve those who have been marginalized and rejected. We are committed to reach the lost and broken, to advance peace, justice, and equality and to empower the marginalized and rejected by the power of God. We believe transformation is a process and not an event. Therefore, Heart for Lebanon is a faith- based Holistic Ministry that uses relief in many cases, but not exclusively, as the first step in the process of transforming and individual and their community. This also includes bringing dignity to the marginalized and rejected community in country, including Syrian and Iraqi refugees living in Beirut, the Bekaa Valley, and Southern Lebanon. As well as the Bedouin, Gypsy, and Turkman communities residing throughout the country. Our goal is to build deep relationship with the families and people we serve. Serving them not once but over time through one of our two initiatives: Relief and Community Care or Children At Risk.
At HWB, our mission is to help local NGOs to raise awareness and gain exposure both at the national and international levels. Our long-term goal is to cooperate with and unite all NGOs across Lebanon to provide lectures and forums to different audiences, raise awareness, and spread education that will empower humans from all walks of life
Ibtissama is a message of peace and tranquility for hospitalized children in Lebanon. A stay in hospital can be a daunting time for children with chronic illnesses, who are suffering away from home and the people they love. Clown Doctors can be very instrumental in uplifting a child's mental state, which leads to a better acceptance of the treatment. The interaction with the specialized Clown Doctors whether silently or interactively can result in breaking a child's long silence to bringing fun and laughter back to the child. Without accounting for the positive impact it can have at times on the parents and the hospital staff.
An NGO that works on creating and developing job opportunities, preserving the heritage, and empowering women on an economical and social level. It, also, collaborates with all sorts of NGOs, municipalities, and governmental institutions on various projects that touch upon all levels of society, deliver workshops that erase illiteracy, teach first aid, computer skills and other.
Our vision is to help, heal and deliver hope to everyone in Lebanon who is affected by Traumatic Brain Injury. Our mission is to foster a community of awareness, advocacy, support and research to minimize brain injury consequences and optimize the quality of life for the survivors and their families.
"Kelna La Baad” association is founded by Maguy Aoun, TV host and producer, in 2014 to complete the humanitarian help that began as a television program in 2006. "Beit Al Ataa" is one of the achievements of the association and was founded in 2017 in Sin el fil. It aims to welcome discarded elderly people to live the life they deserve. With the support of a devoted group of volunteers, the association will nurture this humanitarian mission.
Founded in 2006, Kunhadi is a Road Safety NGO in Lebanon. Seeing that car crashes are the leading cause of death among the Lebanese youth, and keeping in mind the studies that proved driver behavior to be accountable for more than 80% of car crashes, Kunhadi aims to introduce a new culture of safe driving among the Lebanese community, notably the Lebanese youth, through raising awareness about the six leading behaviors/causes of fatal crashes in Lebanon.
The Lebanon Family Planning Association for Development & Family Empowerment works on empowerment of women and youth, adopting a comprehensive approach to provide: Health services including family planning services and counseling Economic empowerment including skills & vocational training Political participation including leadership and participation training
The Lebanese Down’s Syndrome Association (LDSA) was founded by a
group of parents in May 1998 as a non-profit independent organization with
the three-fold mission of advocacy, education and research.
LDSA aims to promote a positive image of persons with Down’s syndrome and dispel myths associated with it. It works to increase public awareness and implement the notion that every person with Down’s syndrome, when given the right services, is able to participate in all aspects of community life such as education, recreation, employment, social and family life. This person has the right to receive the health care, the educational services and the right social support demanded by his/her condition in order to achieve the best of his/her potential. LDSA, in collaboration with other groups, continues to lobby and follow-up on legislative procedures to ensure inclusion of children with special needs and ensure appropriate civil and human rights & to secure the needed resources to fulfill its mission and to gain the support of the general public.
We all want a better future for our children, therefore let’s all meet, to listen to each other, to know each other better, to feel with each other & to solve the conflicts together... LINALTAKI
On a Mission to Serve Lions serve. It’s that simple, and it has been since we first began in 1917. Our clubs are places where individuals join together to give their valuable time and effort to improving their communities, and the world. Our Mission To empower volunteers to serve their communities, meet humanitarian needs, encourage peace and promote international understanding through Lions clubs
Look Forward is a Lebanese community for the youth who have faced or are currently facing cancer or an amputation. Look Forward provides the following services to young adults facing cancer or a recent amputation and their families: - Pairing with other young adults or their families who have been through the same (cancer or an amputation) - Providing access to doctors who can answer medical questions and concerns (even through whatsapp) - Helping families with daily tasks in emergency situations (homework, picking kids from school, preparing a meal, etc.) - Organizing support groups mediated by professional therapists - Organizing social and educational activities to create a sense of community - Providing free therapy sessions to the members and their families
LUBNAN was founded in France to promote all kinds of solidarity by supporting Lebanese Associations involved in human development helping in financing their activities. LUBNAN acts in the fields of poverty, health, elderly, children protection, all kind of addictions including cigarette addiction and any other field dedicated to better life conditions of underprivileged Lebanese. LUBNAN is also engaged in sponsoring scholarship and daily needs of underprivileged kids and orphans
Our ultimate mission is to empower Lebanese citizens - through improving their socioeconomic status, healthcare provisions, and environmental awareness and by encouraging their quest for education, enabling them to independently develop and progress their local communities to subsequently enhance the country's civil society on a national scale. To achieve this, the Foundation is empowering beneficiaries through Capacity Building, Micro Finance, Health Care and all the programs associated with them.
Established in 2014, Michel Daher Social Foundation is a non-governmental, non-profit organization that aims to: 1- Reduce rural migration to urban areas or abroad. 2- Support livelihood of citizens living in unprivileged areas by helping them lead a more productive life in the Bekaa region.
"Message De Paix" is a non-profit association established in 1997 and recognized by the Interior Ministry under decree 3 / AD. It operates under the patronage of the most reverend Monsignor Guy Noujaim. It welcomes and works with adults having mental disabilities, through: 1- Professional training Programs and creation of Job Opportunities in safely protected workshops for: - Candles Production - Decoration for all events (Wedding, Baptism, Graduation, etc.) - Food preparation and cooking These workshops provide a safe environment for those affected with mental disabilities. 2- Daily Activities Program: This is a place that welcomes adults with mental disabilities unable to work. It provides through different type of activities a better quality of life. 3- A night Shelter: recently inaugurated that welcomes adults with mental disabilities during the week who has lost their parents or the ability to be taken care of him
Min Albi is a multifaceted non-profit organization Min Albi creates children playrooms in Public Hospitals (currently finished the Bouar Governmental Hospital and executing at Governmental Hospital of Beirut Quarantine) Moreover, Min Albi assists the less fortunate families with monthly food boxes, provides the seniors’ asylum with food, clothes and healthcare as well as the Children convents with food, clothing, school’s amenities and toys. “To receive is a Joy but to give is a blessing”
The Order of Malta Lebanon acts through a network of 28 different operations to serve the most underprivileged, the poor, the disabled and the elderly, with no distinction, following Pasteur's motto: "I ask not about your race, nor your color, nor your religion but tell me what is your suffering". The Order of Malta Lebanon is an extension of The Sovereign Order of Malta
Offre Joie (Farah Al Ata') is a Lebanese non-governmental organization that is neither politically nor religiously affiliated. Offer Joie was founded in 1985 by a group of young volunteers who wanted to create a space to meet and say "not to war", bringing the Lebanese from different communities and fractions together at a time of war and division, for giving hope, under three principles: love, forgiveness, and respect.
ONE LEBANON initiates, develops, and supports projects that encourage citizens to live together harmoniously in a peaceful Lebanon. It promotes respect for diversity, both individual and collective, and seeks to uphold ethical integrity among the Lebanese Youth. Our projects are designed to enable and encourage young Lebanese to think constructively about issue, and to develop constructive attitudes towards living together and solving problems that arise in Lebanon. This is accomplished through cultural and sport activities in a spirit of solidarity shown through the support of many celebrities as well as emerging artists who are role models for the youth.
The mission of the Peace Education Society is to humanize education and create positive change within society. The vision of the society is about making Peace Education, with all its components which include Citizenship and Democracy, Human Rights, Conflict Resolution, Environmental Education, Health and Safety and Service Learning, an integral part of the educational process within schools, universities, and community and public organizations
René Moawad Foundation (RMF) is a Lebanese non-profit and non-governmental organization that was created on November 22, 1991, exactly two years after the assassination of President René Moawad who was elected President of the Lebanese Republic on November 5, 1989 and killed 17 days later. RMF mission is to promote social, economic and rural development in Lebanon and contribute in building responsible civil society that strengthens national unity and promotes democratic values and social justice. Since its creation, RMF has implemented, over the years, a multitude of development projects to support the disadvantaged in society. Towards this goal, RMF provides medical care to the poor, develops agriculture and rural enterprises, conducts literacy campaigns and vocational training, encourages public political participation, promotes democratic values and protects the environment.
Riders’ Rights is a grassroot CSO that works on defending mobility rights and mobility justice in Lebanon. It all started in 2015 with the initiative called « Bus Map Project », through which we mapped the public transportation network, in order to promote and improve the current system. The map is available on the open platform busmap.me . Since then, we have been working on developing tools and means to empower this informal bus system, by distributing the map and organizing trips to break stigmas, propagating the voices of bus riders, and creating cooperations between all the stakeholders.
“If you can't feed a hundred people, then feed just one.” Mother Teresa An idea of visiting deprived families on Christmas and share with them a few boxes of food and hygiene necessities, is now an all year work, and the group expanded to have more than 40 volunteers. With a record of more than 870 visits now, from different cities around Lebanon, south to north, Rouh Zouroun Bi Baytoun has become official and legally registered organization.
Rotary l is an international service organization whose stated purpose is to bring together business and professional leaders in order to provide humanitarian services, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations, and help build goodwill and peace in the world. Throughout Lebanon, there are 27 Rotary Clubs, the ROTARY CLUB OF BEIRUT METROPOLITAN (RCBM) was established in 2004 and is part of DISTRICT 2452. Members in the RCBM volunteer their efforts to improve the quality in their own communities and beyond their communities' borders.
Le Rotary Club de Beyrouth, fondé en 1932, premier Club Rotary du Liban,
a toujours participé à des activités locales, nationales et internationales.
Quel que soit le domaine concerné, le slogan «servir d’abord» du Rotary reste l’unique moteur de toutes nos activités dans les domaines du social, de la santé, de l’éducation et de la sensibilisation des jeunes.
Since its creation in 2012 by the Sacy family, Sacy Foundation has set its main objective to maintain the family ties and contribute to the social, economic, cultural and humanitarian development of the city of Saida and its surrounding. Under this vision, “Projet Nikolai” was launched to give Southern residents the means to create a better future so that they stay in their region. More specifically, the project works on enhancing education, strengthening social ties and encouraging economic investments in the South. Throughout the year, a number of activities have been organized such as recreational Christmas activities for children, summer camps, free music courses, fundraising events, etc.
Sawa for Development and Aid is a Civil Society Organization (CSO) initially born in 2011 as a spontaneous response to the arrival of the first 40 Syrian families displaced from Syria to Lebanon. We see ourselves as part and parcel of society as a whole. To that end, Sawa aims to work with individuals and communities through holistic interventions towards a society based on democracy, pluralism, and values of citizenship and human rights.
SESOBEL is a non-governmental organization founded in 1976 by Yvonne Chami, for the welfare of the child with disability and his/her family. For 40 years, SESOBEL has taken all possible steps to implement a coherent and monitored service of assisting children with disability and to accompany their families as partners in facing life’s challenges. More than 1200 children suffering from intellectual and/or motor disabilities or from autism, are taken care of in terms of medical, social, educational, rehabilitation, and human assistance.
Smile in a Box is an NGO, that aims at distributing smiles to needy children all over Lebanon, through the distribution of small yet meaningful gifts to help them feel special. These boxes include an item of each of the following categories: 1- Clothes, 2- School items, 3- Hygiene items, 4- Candy, 5- A nice small toy.
We are a non-profit family organization, our main goal: - To consider the various ways of bringing benefit to the Sinno Family such as helping the needy in the family, educating children, guiding students, offering care to the sick and elderly people, family bonding and connections, solving problems amicably among family members, as well as with other individuals whenever possible. - To improve the educational level within the family, organizing gatherings with returns to family members, educational , health and history seminars, in addition to other events of public interest. - To encourage the productive and outstanding individuals of the family and to develop their potentials and abilities of each one of them. - To increase awareness among the family members with a focus on education and counseling. - To socially organize the family
The Social Work Association is part of the Association of Universities, Institutes and Departments of Social Work in the Arab Universities Union. The main goals of the Association are to support Social Work education in the Arab world and coordinate the efforts of universities, institutes and departments to prepare individuals able to serve the Arab nation and to achieve the nation's aspirations using all legitimate means. Additionally the Social Work Association seeks to cooperate in raising the level of education in the field of Social Work and in developing the curriculum for Arab Social Work.
Spring of Life's mission is to empower the underprivileged children of our community to live in fullness every day by providing a secure and loving day care shelter, providing alternative education, developing children's moral, spiritual and social skills, empowering them physically and emotionally, in addition to providing food, clothing and medical assistance.
Step Together Association Riverside (FiSTA - Beirut) is a non-profit organization that works with special needs. It first started in 1974 with a kindergarten and a diagnostic center for special needs. Then, in 1993, the non-profit organization, under the name of FiSTA was founded. Today, Step Together Association FiSTA Beirut cares for special needs children and adults with diverse disabilities such as emotional, physical and learning disabilities, mental problems and autism.
Tahaddi is a Lebanese non-governmental organization whose aim is to respond to the challenges of extreme poverty by working with the community to facilitate access to health, education and social services. Tahaddi works principally in the informal settlement of Hay el Gharbeh (estimated population 10,000) in southern Beirut. Tahaddi gives special attention to families facing acute economic and social pressure, discrimination and those forcibly displaced by conflict. Services are provided regardless of nationality, or religious, political and social background.
An NGO dedicated to commemorate “Amar Ghali”, promote safe driving, and further enforce traffic laws in Lebanon. It believes in creating radical change that will leave an impact on Lebanese drivers’ mentality, reduce the number of road accidents, and provide support for families of victims or survivors of accidents.
Tamanna is a non-profit organization that grants the wishes of children with critical illnesses. Turning a wish into reality empowers a child to combat his illness, giving him hope and happiness in times of great stress and hardship. Any child between 4 and 18 years with a critical illness, residing or being treated in Lebanon, is eligible for a wish. Today, Tamanna serves 15 hospitals across the country. Wishes are served without regard to nationality, religion or socio-economic background.
Rebecca Dykes was killed in Lebanon on December 16, 2017, aged 30. She was carrying out pioneering work for the British Government to improve the lives and security of people in the most vulnerable communities in Lebanon. Rebecca’s family and friends are now fundraising to set up a foundation to build on Rebecca's humanitarian work with a particular focus on women’s empowerment. We hope you will be able to join us in supporting Rebecca's admirable goal of working towards a better future for Lebanon - the country she loved so much.
Train Train is Lebanese N.G.O. Our objectives: 1. to work on building new models for the revitalization of the Lebanese railways. 2. Preserving the Lebanese Railway Heritage 3. Increase awareness of the Lebanese civil society about the importance of trains.
We aim to fight poverty by creating a concept of Santa that doesn't know religion, gender and social class. A Santa who thrives to make the world a happier place, one gift at a time. In a nutshell, The North Pole ambassadors receive 'Dear Santa' letters stating the type of aid which you or someone you know desires, they screen it, verify its authenticity and embark on a gift distribution scheme at the end of each month. Gifts include, and are not limited to, financing the tuition of a student, paying for medical care, paying for basic home necessities and paying for miscellaneous gifts for underprivileged kids.
UTOPIA is a non-governmental, non-profit organization dedicated to abolishing all types of social discrepancies through specialized projects and programs that rely on voluntary work, in hopes of acquiring social justice among people within the same society regardless of their political or religious beliefs.
Fighters for Peace (FFP) is a Lebanese NGO formed by a group of ex-combatants of the civil war, with the aim to prevent new cycles of violence in Lebanon. It disseminates the war experiences and stories of the personal transformation of fighters in a war to Fighters for Peace, to youth, recent fighters, ex-combatants and to the general public. FFP offers multi-perspective counter narratives to war and violent extremism through personal stories made available online to everybody, and through talks, documentary films, exhibitions, books and educational material
3V the "Third Voice of Lebanon" is an independent, non-partisan, non-sectarian, and non-political Think Tank originated from civil society. "Third Voice of Lebanon" is the voice that rises above the clamoring of personal interests and parochial politics. It is the voice of wholeness that claims Lebanon as one nation, undivided, sovereign, independent, and harmonious.
ABAAD - Resource Center for Gender Equality is a non-profit, non-politically affiliated, non-religious civil association that aims to achieve gender equality as an essential condition to sustainable social and economic development in the MENA region. ABAAD seeks to promote women's equality and participation through policy development, legal reform, gender mainstreaming, engaging men, eliminating discrimination, and advancing and empowering women to participate effectively and fully in their communities. ABAAD also seeks to support and collaborate with civil society organizations that are involved in gender equality programs and advocacy campaigns.
“Each Woman must dedicate herself to protect and promote the interests of all other women in business and the professions.” BPW develops the professional, business and leadership of women on all levels through advocacy, mentoring, networking, skill building and economic empowerment programs and projects around the world. It has become one of the most influential international networks of Business and Professional Women with affiliates in 95 countries in five continents.
As early as 1909, Mrs. Eugenie Saad saw that women literacy is key to improving family well being and a key strategy in reducing poverty. Dar al Hadana allows working mothers to go on with their productive lives and increase family income by giving them the opportunity of placing their kids at relatively free of charge in a fully equipped and staffed nursery offering toddlers education, play and love. It is a 200-m2 ground floor with backyard in the heart of Beirut, which can accommodate up to 50 kids on full time basis and an additional 20 for afterschool-assisted study.
EYWA (Educating Young Women Association) aims at empowering women and allowing them to be active members of society. Eywa does so by assisting them to a proper education or training with affiliated association, matching a job and finally takes care of their children by placing them at Dar Al Hadana. The role of Dar al Hadana is to allow working mothers to go on with their productive lives by giving them the opportunity of placing their kids for only 50,000 LBP per month in the fully equipped and staffed nursery offering toddlers education, play and love. We believe that the working women and mothers' contribution to household and national income is a crucial step in the eradication of poverty.
The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends exclusive breastfeeding for the first six months of life, the introduction of local, nutrient-rich complementary foods thereafter with continued breastfeeding to two years of age or beyond. LACTICA's vision is to normalize breastfeeding in the Lebanese society and to empower mothers with the needed knowledge in order to make informed choices about how to feed their babies.
The Lebanese Council to Resist Violence Against Women (LECORVAW) is a non-governmental organization working to fight and resist all forms of Violence Against Women and Gender Based Violence in Lebanon. In 1997 LECORVAW was established by a group of activists who saw the need to make a stand and stop all forms of violence and discrimination against women. By 1999 LECORVAW had two Listening and Counseling Centers operating in both Beirut and Tripoli fully equipped and ready to receive Women survivors of violence and their children and provide them with free social, mental and legal services.
A socio-economic, apolitical, non-religious association bringing together professional women and providing them with a platform for sharing experiences, developing competencies and skills, establishing networks and exchanging expertise, accessing funds, and mentorship. LLWB’s mission has been driven by building partnerships and collaborations with various stakeholders that share similar goals of addressing socio-economic gaps. LLWB operates in the regions of Beirut, North Lebanon and Beqaa
Our main objectives are: 1- Empowering the role of Women participation in the public sector stressing on the fact that she plays the role of a partner in the Lebanese community. 2- Support women participation in the social and political life. 3- Support bonding among all the Lebanese people. 4- Monitor corruption and encourage transparency 5- Cooperation between NGOs and the economical institutions to provide jobs especially for Women. 6- Provide public awareness about preserving the environment and work for green spaces especially in the cities
Association Najdeh is a feminist secular non-governmental association that was founded in 1978, Najdeh believes that human rights, especially those concerning women, are universal, whole, inalienable, indivisible and non-discriminatory.
The National Commission for Lebanese Women is an official institution affiliated to the Presidency of the Council of Ministers. It was established in 1998 to promote women's rights in the Lebanese society and enhance gender mainstreaming in public institutions. NCLW has developed strong partnerships with local, regional and international organizations and carries out various projects to improve the status of women, and to establish equal opportunities for men and women in Lebanon.
Solidarity for sustainability is an NGO who help underprivileged people through employment-sports and education. Our Mission is to become the primary support and platform for youth and women that improve their lives through orientations and training to be able to be active citizens in society, reducing unemployment. Our Vision is to empower women and youth by increasing awareness among Lebanese citizens of cultural change and by creating sustainable solutions for education and employment.
Stand for Women aims to accelerate progress for women in the workforce across the Middle East. Its ambition is to create awareness and ignite action among women, men, and organizations to build the inclusion that will impact businesses, society, and lives for a better Middle East.
Acting towards a society that enables woman to activate her role and enjoy her full rights through: 1-Raising her awareness on her rights and duties 2-Training her in various professions in order to raise her economic level 3-Being introduced to her role in serving the society in development and relief 4-Being introduced to her role in preserving the heritage and various cultures, including the Syriac Culture.
The Blessing Foundation was established in 2012 to empower women in business by helping them start (giving them access to a network of women in business), sustain (through the yearly one-on-one mentoring program where a woman leader in business mentors an emerging one), evolve (by referring women in the foundation to international programs offered by Vital Voices organization, Goldman Sachs, Fortune, US department of state and others), and scale (through the lately created e-commerce platform to help women sell their products online).
Unconditional is an NGO that focuses on supporting women morally & financially as well as empowering women to reach higher levels of education. We provide assistance & free consultations especially those related to complicated issues. We stipulate action plans to accentuate the importance of being independent, emancipate every oppressed woman & provide her all of her rights. We organize workshops and social events in order to enlighten women on their vital presence in Society. We offer the Unconditional Part.
Women in Engineering (WIE) is one of the affinity groups of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers IEEE. WIE mission focuses on: promoting women engineers and scientists inspiring girls to follow their academic interests to a career in engineering or science This mission is reflected through our programs and activities including pre-university outreach, technical seminars, soft skills training programs, networking events and other recreational activities promoting wellness and life balance.
FiftyFifty aims at creating a gender-balanced Lebanon by including men and women on board of our mission. Our objective is to instate gender equality at all levels of political and public life.
The YWCA of Lebanon has been at the forefront of providing safe spaces for women and girls in Lebanon and of supporting their rights to live in dignity and peace. To this end, the YWCA has given priority for the advancement of women and to their participation in leadership at all levels of society.
The YWCA-Beirut values the collective power of women and girls, through self-determination in all areas of life: leadership which improves the status of women, full participation of women at all decision levels and a life without violence for all. We are a women-led organization that achieves positive change by providing ongoing programs, activities and services for women, youth and communities. Our multidimensional program strategy reaches hundreds of women and youth every year: A Technical College BT and TS program, a Hostel for girls that accommodate working women and students, a Cultural Center and Training Center, Women’s Leadership and Capacity Building programs, Vocational Training, Hobbies and Skills workshops, as well as several community outreach activities, and a number of social advocacy issues that engage young women and
تأسّس إتحاد رجال الأعمال للدعم والتطوير "إرادة" بتاريخ 16/7/2013 بموجب العلم والخبر تحت الرقم 1282 ويضمّ أكثر من 220 عضوا من تجار وصناعيين ومستثمرين ومطورين عقاريين وخبراء ماليين وعقاريين واستشاريين وأطباء ومحامين وأكاديميين ومهنيين. وهو يهدف إلى بناء تجمع إقتصادي وإجتماعي رائد لدعم وتطوير المجتمع كما يهدف أيضا لتنمية أعمال الأعضاء.
The Lebanese National Energy (LNE), is a nonprofit organization, recognized by the Lebanese authorities, based in Beirut, Lebanon. Its mission is to boost the Lebanese economy by linking economic, business, and academic leaders in order to enhance growth and prosperity, create job opportunities, and stop brain drain. This NGO is a platform of communication between the public and the private sectors, looking to make a difference in the national economic scene.
ShareQ or شارك is a Lebanese non-profit organization launched by a group of dedicated young professionals in 2012. ShareQ is dedicated to innovating sustainable social projects and implementing them in collaboration with different funding institutions, NGOs & Social Enterprises in Lebanon. It is devoted to design innovative solutions and finding ways of responding to market opportunities for socially, physically and financially challenged people all along with working on their mindset readiness so they work and lead a better life.