Civil society projects
Started on: Saturday, January 1, 2011, End date: Tuesday, January 1, 2030
Project description

Dr. George Hanna organized a project with the Lebanese Dental Association to provide free basic dental needs in the Lebanese areas. The mobile dental clinics will travel throughout Lebanon to provide dental awareness and care.

Due to the urgent need of dental care in Lebanon, this project is not made possible without your generous contributions to make this project happen.

Started on: Thursday, June 1, 2017, End date: Wednesday, January 1, 2020
Project description

"Beit el mouneh" is an initiative supported by The Alawite Islamic Charity Association The Social Center for Orphans and Widows and The Alawite Islamic Charity Association. It aims to improve the socio-economic situation of widows in Jabal Mohsen. The project will focus on the following outputs: • Outcome 1: Vulnerable women (Widows and wives of men who are in Syria) are empowered economically as well as socially. • Time frame: This project will be implemented from 2017 till 2020. • Area of coverage: Jabal Mohsen • Target beneficiaries:  Direct beneficiaries: 25 women o Age Group: [35-50]  Indirect beneficiaries: 25 families in Jabal Mohsen

Project overall objectives

-Building the capacities of 25 women in Jabal Mohsen of cooking methods and food safety

-Establishing a local center in jabal Mohsen in order to create a space where they can produce and ensure the marketing for their products.

-Promoting the selling mechanism in order to increase the demand on the products

Project activities

1.1. Training on different cooking techniques.

1.2. Training on Food Safety.
2.1. Equip the center and prepare it with the materials needed.

2.2. Training on “ the proper usage of machines and equipment”

3.1. Training on Marketing techniques and skills.

Started on: Friday, September 1, 2017, End date: Saturday, September 1, 2018
Project description

- المنطقة: التبانة - طرابلس

- الفئة المستهدفة: مقدمي الرعاية في مستوصف الدعوة – التبانة.

- الجهة المنفذة للبرنامج: المركز الإجتماعي للأيتام و الأرامل.

- الجهة الشريكة: مستوصف الدعوة - التبانة

ضمن إطار برنامج " معاَ لبناء مجتمعات أفضل" الذي ينفذه المركز الإجتماعي للأيتام و الأرامل في المناطق الأكثر تهميشاَ في منطقة الشمال سيتم تدريب عدد من مقدمي الرعاية بالشراكة مع مستوصف الدعوة في منطقة التبانة على موضوع الإسعافات الأولية و التدخل النفسي الأولي

Project overall objectives

يهدف هذا البرنامج إلى :
أولاَ: تطوير مهارات مقدمي الرعاية في مستوصف التبانة كي يصبحوا بذلك قادرون على تقديم خدمات صحية إجتماعية ذو جودة عالية.
ثانياَ: زيادة الوعي الصحي في منطقة التبانة من خلال تنفيذ جلسات توعية من قبل المتدربين في هذا البرنامج.

Started on: Friday, September 1, 2017, End date: Thursday, May 31, 2018
Project description

Tripoli International Training Centre for Life Support (TITCLS) proudly declare the lonely and first training center authorized and acrediated by American Heart Association (AHA) to train Emergency Cardiovascular Care (ECC) courses in North Lebanon.

Our team provides a well-structured and highly quality courses, including cardiopulmonary resuscitation and life support training to both, health professionals and the community.  We are committed to teach excellent courses and continually work to improve the delivery of knowledge to our candidates.

The courses offered are designed from American Heart Association AHA for easy learning and sharing experience. Our certified and experienced instructors use the teaching strategies that smoothly work to facilitate the learning process.

TITCLS offers training on Heart-Saver/AED/First Aid, Basic Life Support (BLS) and Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) following the courses of AHA..                

In north Lebanon there is no Training Center For BLS or ACLS.

Only 10% of Workers in Emergency Room in north Lebanon hospitals have been already trained on BLS and ACLS.

Our project is to train 150 workers in these associations on BLS and ACLS to reduce mortality.

Project overall objectives

train 150 workers in the hospitals of North Lebanon on BLS and ACLS to reduce mortality

Started on: Saturday, April 1, 2017, End date: Sunday, April 1, 2018
Project description

INARA provides life-altering and life-saving medical care for children from conflict areas who have catastrophic injuries and are unable to access treatment due to war.

Through this provision, we aim to reverse or prevent physical disabilities caused by injuries from conflict or living as a refugee. During 2017, INARA will be launching a year-long project providing treatment to refugee children who were born with orthopaedic disabilities, Clubfoot and Developmental Dislocation of the Hip (DDH).

This is a one-year project run by INARA.  All cases will be taken on a first come, first serve basis for those who fit the criteria after medical assessment. Due to the costly nature of this type of medical care, only a limited number of children will be treated under this project (approximately 17 in total).  We will be accepting referrals during February 2017.

1. Beneficiary Group

  1. Registered and unregistered Syrian refugees
  2. Registered and unregistered Palestine refugees from Syria
  3. Other refugees from Syria
  4. Lives in Lebanon and can travel to Beirut (all medical treatment to be provided in Beirut)

 

2. Clubfoot

  1. Virgin clubfoot (no previous interventions)
  2. Ages 0 to 1 year (inclusive)

 

3. DDH

  1. Virgin DDH (no previous interventions)
  2. Ages 0 to 17 months (inclusive)

 

4. INARA will pay for

  1. Medical testing: only when the possible diagnosis falls within the realm of our services (2 - 3)
  2. Medical equipment
  3. Surgical treatment
  4. Foot or hip casting
  5. Medication, only if related to the provision of treatment and up till the age agreed upon with INARA
  6. Logistical costs relating to the medical treatment if required e.g. transportation and accommodation
  7. Follow up care relevant to the treatment provided

 

Project overall objectives

We are looking for refugee children with either clubfoot or developmental dislocation of the hip so that we can provide them with the medical treatment needed.

Project activities

Medical treatment for refugee children with clubfoot or developmental dislocation of the hip.

Project hosted by: MIDAL Organization
Started on: Saturday, October 1, 2016, End date: Saturday, September 30, 2017
Project description

Women Empowerment,

A Snap to the Future aims to Empower 400 women from all over the Governorate of Nabatieh in order to improve their skills and become leaders and partners in the decision

 making process.    

Moreover, the project boosts women pioneer role in the local development of their towns which leads to sustainable

development of deprived regions.

 

The project is formed of three phases:

1. Building the capacities and empower women to become leaders and change seekers.

2. Creating an interactive network that provides a safe space for women to communicate and exchange their expertise and ideas..

3. Developing local society through initiating community based project that serve the  community.

 

Who Can participate?

Ambitious, determined and inspired women who want to improve their skills and make a positive impact in their communities.

Age: 21 – 45 years’ old

Educational level:baccalaureate level 2 and Above

Nationality: Lebanese

 

You should commit to the project’s activities in order to get the advantages and reach the ultimate goal in becoming leaders in your communities.

 

Do you want to join us?

Visit our Facebook Page  and fill the

 application.

page:midal organization

for more info contact us on: +961 71 828268 / 03 551507

Project hosted by: MIDAL Organization
Started on: Saturday, October 1, 2016, End date: Saturday, September 30, 2017
Project description

Women Empowerment,

A Snap to the Future aims to Empower 400 women from all over the Governorate of Nabatieh in order to improve their skills and become leaders and partners in the decision

 making process.    

Moreover, the project boosts women pioneer role in the local development of their towns which leads to sustainable

development of deprived regions.

 

The project is formed of three phases:

1. Building the capacities and empower women to become leaders and change seekers.

2. Creating an interactive network that provides a safe space for women to communicate and exchange their expertise and ideas..

3. Developing local society through initiating community based project that serve the  community.

 

Who Can participate?

Ambitious, determined and inspired women who want to improve their skills and make a positive impact in their communities.

Age: 21 – 45 years’ old

Educational level:baccalaureate level 2 and Above

Nationality: Lebanese

 

You should commit to the project’s activities in order to get the advantages and reach the ultimate goal in becoming leaders in your communities.

 

Do you want to join us?

Visit our Facebook Page  and fill the

 application.

page:midal organization

for more info contact us on: +961 71 828268 / 03 551507

Started on: Friday, September 15, 2017, End date: Friday, September 15, 2017
Project description

           

 We are pleased to inform you that the “May Chidiac Foundation” with the support of the Embassy of Netherlands in Lebanon are launching a project under the title of “Today’s Youth for Tomorrow’s Leaders”.  

  • The project’s aim is to enhance the communication and advocacy capabilities of young men and women that are representing or willing to represent their political parties or the civil society on the political scene.
  • The project will encourage inter-political party and NGO collaboration to simulate future decision making practices throughout their political career.
  • The project will put theory into practice and give these aspiring leaders the opportunity to really embark on a youth development project on municipality or national level, along with support from leaders, politicians, and prominent professionals.

 

          Target Group:

The primary beneficiaries of this project are 25 young men and women leaders who are active in political parties, as well as members of the civil society who are seeking to advance their leadership skills in addressing reform.

            Pre-requisites:

  • Applicants should be between the age of 23 and 33 years old.
  • Applicants must be active members of a registered political party/movement or members of an NGO
  • Minimum competency in communication skills as well as strong knowledge in social and political issues

 
Structure of the Project

 

The overall program will be given over a period of two years. The first year consists of a well-designed learning program including courses that will be given on a bimonthly basis. The second year of the program will be dedicated to the final project.

 A.        Introduction: Breaking the Ice (2 months)

 

  • Good Governance and Democratization
  • Introduction to Political Parties/Civil Society
  • Group Dynamics  
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Leadership skills in Public Affairs

 B.        Crash courses in Public Service (10 months)

 

  • Ethics of Public Service: Roles and Responsibilities
  • Policy Development 
  • Lobbying, Advocacy & Coalition Building
  • Communication skills
  • Public Relations
  • Message Development
  • Multi-party political debate
  • One on one interview with a journalist
  • Press Conference
  • Speaking to a group of people
  • One on one political debate
  • Story telling techniques

 C.        Activities and the Final Project (12 months)

 

Matching and Implementation Process:

  • Meeting Local leaders
  • Community mobilization
  • Meeting high rank politicians throughout the project
  • Project Finalization
  • Media Campaigns (online and offline)

 

Project Details: The participants should choose a crucial issue to be addressed after they finalize training in the first year. We will then match groups with specific interests to local leaders, politicians, and experts who have experience in the group’s particular concentration. The group should use the learned tools in lobbying, advocacy, storytelling techniques, and political communication to propose a solution (draft-law, government or municipal decision) for the decision makers on a specific issue on a federal or national level. They will have to undergo several methods to make sure that their development solution will be effective to the people they are targeting. 

 

  Application process

 

  • A curriculum vitae (CV) of the applicant including his professional and political activities.
  • A letter of reference, signed and printed with an official letterhead

1.      Political Parties:  From the delegating party signed by a responsible official such as a Secretary General or Member of the Board

2.      NGOs: The executive manager or member of the board of the delegating NGO

 

The following documents need to be sent to MCF by email: (ramy.jabbour@mcfmi.org)

 

Deadline For Application: 6 PM on 31 August (Wednesday), 2017

 

 Financial arrangements:

 

All costs will be covered by MCF. The organizers of the program will cover the coffee and lunch breaks of all the training program.

 

 Contacts

May Chidiac Foundation (Cebaco Center-Bloc A-5th Floor- Dora Highway-Beirut, Lebanon.)

E-mail: ramy.jabbour@mcfmi.org, ibrahim.jbeily@mcfmi.org

Landline: +961(1)256220

Cell-Phone: +961(3)927243

Website: www.maychidiacfoundation.org

 

Attending 80% of the activities is mandatory from the first to the last day of the project as this is essential to efficient team-work and the aims of the series. The participants should sign a letter of commitment prior to the project implementation.

Should you require any further information about the series, please do not hesitate to contact us. 

Started on: Friday, August 19, 2016, End date: Saturday, August 19, 2017
Project description

Dear non govermental organizations 

National center for social integration is the sole accredited center for international composite for scientific researches ICSR in Turkey , and Lahaye applied sciences  institute in Holland Europe , that gives the right to train , coach  vocational and managerial workshops .

We are looking in networking with other interested NGO in Lebanon

For more info contact us 0096176121003-0096171422670-009616430417

Project overall objectives

networking with other NGO

Project hosted by: Caritas Lebanon
Started on: Friday, May 26, 2017, End date: Monday, June 19, 2017
Project description

في إطار تنفيد برنامج "بلدي" لبناء التحالفات للتقدم والتنمية والإستثمار المحلي المموّل من الوكالة الأميركية للتنمية الدولية USAID))، تعلن رابطة كاريتاس لبنان بالتعاون مع بلدية دير ميماس عن رغبتها باستدراج عروض بأفضل الشروط لتنفيذ أعمال " إنشاء مركز إجتماعي جاهز التركيب prefabricated construction " الذي سوف ينفذ في بلدة دير ميماس– قضاء مرجعيون

 لمن يرغب بالحصول على ملف التلزيم التوجه إلى مكتب برنامج "بلدي" في: سن الفيل - شارع دكتور يوسف حجار، مبنى رابطة كاريتاس لبنان، الطابق السادس. هاتف :486071/01 او 467411/71. وذلك من الساعة الـ 9:00 صباحاً وحتى الساعة الـ 4:00 من بعد الظهر من نهار الإثنين حتى نهار الجمعة.

إن زيارة موقع المشروع إلزاميّة نهارالخميس الواقع في 8 حزيران 2017 الساعة 11:30 من قبل الظهرعلى أن تكون نقطة الانطلاق من بلدية دير ميماس – قضاء مرجعيون.

آخر مهلة لتقديم العروض قبل الساعة الرابعة من بعد ظهر نهار الإثنين الواقع  في 19 حزيران في العنوان المذكور أعلاه.

سوف يتم فض العروض في تاريخ  21 حزيران 2017 الساعة 12:00 ظهراً في مقرّ الإدارة المركزية لكاريتاس لبنان – سن الفيل