Civil society projects
Started on: Friday, July 15, 2016, End date: Tuesday, December 20, 2016
Project description

III. Project Description

SAWA Association is proposing to implement the project entitled ‘Skills 2 Learn’ in Qob Elias (Bekaa, Lebanon), area being classified as one of the most vulnerable localities in Lebanon[1]. The project aims at raising awareness of Youth from Syrian and affected host communities in Lebanon around GBV risks and consequences, as well as building their capacities to engage their communities on gender equality.

The project targets a total of 940 direct beneficiaries (50% affected Lebanese; 50% Syrian refugees) as follows:

- 180 youths under Activity 1;

- 240 youths under Activity 2;

- 20 community leaders under Activity 2;

- 500 community members sensitized under Activity 2.

Youths will be aged from 15 to 29 years old of whom 90 are Syrian Refugees (45 males/ 45 females) and 90 vulnerable Lebanese youth (45 males/ 45 females).

The 180 youth will be selected based on criteria agreed upon with UNFPA. After focus group discussions to better orient the content of the sessions, the selected youth will be trained by SAWA following a curriculum focusing on gender-GBV issues agreed upon with UNFPA and adapted based on the topics of interest expressed by the youth. Based on criteria agreed upon with UNFPA, SAWA will identify 12 participants, having demonstrated outstanding motivation, leadership and to increase their contribution.

 




Project overall objectives

Community resilience to GBV is strengthened, risks and vulnerability reduced

Project activities

Awareness and Capacity Development of gender balanced group of youth
Engagement of youth, community members and leaders by trained Youth on the issue of Gender Equality and GBV.

Started on: Wednesday, June 1, 2016, End date: Thursday, December 1, 2016
Project description

The project aims to create awareness network sustainable in parallel with the project to build a plant sorting and recycling and processing in the Bekaa region East start , during this period will be education and awareness campaigns aimed at helping the multiple components of society to help in this project and reverse image social, economic and environmental health for this task.

Project overall objectives

Educate Women ways of sorting and recycling

Project activities

TOT trainings

Project hosted by: Greenpeace Mediterranean
Started on: Thursday, August 25, 2016, End date: Wednesday, November 30, 2016
Project description

Solar Power to Arab Women

Meet Daad and all the amazing women of the "Cooperative for agricultural production and manufacturing" in South Lebanon. They have joined forces to work on grassroots food production sold all over Lebanon and provide much needed financial support to their families. Unfortunately, as most Lebanese, the cooperative suffers from chronic electricity problems which renders most of their electricity powered machines obsolete. This results in a smaller and less diverse production as well as a lower income for the cooperative. To add insult to injury, the lack of electricity is compensated by physically stressful manual activities which requires them to stand daily for long hours.

The Solution Comes from the Sun!

Daad and the women of the cooperative live in one of the sunniest region on earth where solar energy has tremendous potential. Indeed, Lebanon has more than 300 sunny days per year and solar energy can fill all the electricity demand of the country. The sun is a free and renewable source of energy. A solar energy system has the capacity to fill the electricity supply gap of the cooperative and decrease its dependence on inefficient, polluting and expensive electricity sources such as private generators. That would mean more production, more income and no more back pain! The powerful impact that solar energy could have to transform the lives of these extraordinary women, their villages and communities whose vibrant existence is a testament of strength and ability.  It is a land of heroes, each fighting in their own unique and distinct ways to create a better tomorrow for their communities and the planet.

The Solarization Project

The solarization of the women cooperative center will start with an energy audit that will identify its energy consumption. Then, a set of energy efficiency measures to reduce energy consumption such as lighting retrofit and piping insulation will be implemented. Finally, a solar energy system will be installed on the roof of the Cooperative. 

A month ago Greenpeace started its preparation for this project with a  goal is to train a small cohort of individuals who can then mentor others, educate key decision makers and embark on their own entrepreneurial projects. 12 young people, Lebanese, Palestinian and Syrian from the area, trained by Greenpeace, will participate in the installation of the solar energy system. The training itself is a variation on a model Greenpeace used in places as diverse as Rhodes, Greece, Raleigh, North Carolina and in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo. We have seen the excitement on people’s faces as they realize that this technology is not beyond their reach.  And for these Young people from the south of Lebanon, this is the best way for them to put in practice their learnings and give back to the community that has supported them all these years!

They Are Counting on You!

Each contribution to this project is an additional step towards a true energy independency for this cooperative, the hard working women and their community. And they are counting on You!

The successful completion of this project will be how the adoption of solar and renewable resources can contribute to allowing these brave women to take control of their own lives. Most importantly, You as donors will empower these communities to move their work forward, giving them the technical tools that they need to create a better, cleaner future.

This project has been designed with the local communities under the umbrella of Greenpeace'swork in the Arab world. Through trainings and demonstrations, education and creative communications, Greenpeace campaigners, researchers and volunteers will work alongside community members and promote the amazing resources of this rich and evocative region. Greenpeace's ambition is to catalyze the solarization of the Arab World through training, examples of community driven projects, and improving policy work to enable many other communities to follow.

This can only be done with your precious support!

This fragile Earth deserves a voice. It needs Action. It needs You!

http://goo.gl/zcqH15 

Project overall objectives

The project will raise money "50,000 $" to provide solar energy for a women cooperative in south Lebanon.

Started on: Wednesday, June 1, 2016, End date: Monday, October 31, 2016
Project description

Proceeding from the goals of Goodness and Development Forum in economic development through the empowerment and qualifying the youth and let them gaining a career that are required inside and outside Lebanon.

 

Therefore, the goodness and Development forum and funding by the World Bank with supervising by the council of development and reconstruction are launching a project

"Teach me before feeding me"

 

The accelerated vocational project is a training courses for the Lebanese and Syrian youth living in Akkar district, to get a career.

These courses are:

1. Photocopier Maintenance

2. Maintenance of cellular devices

3. Installation of Internet & Networks

4. Applied Accounting

 

 

إنطلاقاَ من أهداف ملتقى الخير والتنمية على الصعيد التنمية الإقتصادية وذلك من خلال تمكين وتأهيل الشباب وتمليكهم مهن مطلوبة في سوق العمل داخل لبنان وخارجه.

وإنطلاقاَ من الحكمة االقائلة  "علّمني إصطياد السمكة قبل أن تمنحني سمكة" وليكون الشباب أداة فاعلة في تطوير وتنمية المجتمع في عكار .

لذلك فإن ملتقى الخير والتنمية وبتمويل من البنك الدولي وإشرف مجلس الإنماء والإعمار يطلقون

"مشروع علمني قبل أن تطعمني"

ابتداء من 1/6 /2016 وهو مشروع مهني معجل  لتدريب وتمليك الشاب اللبناني والسوري الوافد في عكار مهنة بكلفة ومواصلات مجانية وذلك ابتداء من أعمار  16و25 سنة ذكورا وإناثا .وستكون الدورات المهنية كالتالي :

1-     صيانة آلات طابعة

2-     صيانة أجهزة خليوية

3-     تركيب شبكات انترنت

1-     محاسبة تطبيقية

Started on: Monday, October 24, 2016, End date: Friday, October 28, 2016
Project description
Dans le cadre de ses programmes de formation, May Chidiac Foundation - Media Institute (MCFMI) en partenariat avec l'Institut français du Liban (IFL) propose aux journalistes, étudiants ou professionnels, une formation qui s'intitule "

 

Cette formation portera sur les trois principaux média : radio, télévision et presse écrite. 

 

Chaque titre a pour vocation d’informer le lecteur du sujet sans lui dévoiler le contenu tout en l’incitant à écouter, regarder ou lire la suite.

Cet exercice requiert une connaissance des règles communes à tous les médias et des particularités de chacun.


D’une manière plus élargie, ces titres font aujourd’hui l’objet de référencement sur les réseaux sociaux et les moteurs de recherche. Aussi, la mise en avant de l’objet principal, en premier mot que l’algorithme de recherche prend en compte, est un enjeu crucial. Toute la difficulté est de le définir.  

  

Formateur: Yves GILLIS

Aujourd’hui journaliste indépendant, Yves GILLIS est licencié d’Histoire et diplômé de l’Ecole Supérieure de Journalisme de Lille, il s’est beaucoup frotté aux pratiques audiovisuelles sous diverses formes.

Journaliste de télévision et de radio à France 3, il a aussi dirigé des radios du réseau France Bleu. Plus tard il se retrouve dans l’action audiovisuelle internationale, d’abord à la Direction de la Presse du Ministère des Affaires étrangères, puis à Canal France International ; cet organisme, chargé de la coopération avec les télévisions du monde entier, lui a permis de mieux connaître les réalités audiovisuelles dans différentes régions du monde et de former aux techniques journalistiques des publics aux attentes et aux cultures très diversifiées. Parallèlement, Yves Gillis a développé des activités de formateur tant auprès d’étudiants en journalisme qu’auprès de cadres d’entreprises. 

 

Date: 24 - 28 Octobre 2016

Horaire: 17h - 20h 

Tarif: 120 USD - Tarif préférentiel pour les étudiants. 

Lieu: May Chidiac Foundation - Dora, Centre Cebaco

Inscriptions: envoyer CV à zena.chamoun@mcfmi.org jusqu'au 18 octobre 2016 - Places limitées

Informations:  au 03-103043 ou 01-256220 

 

C'est une formation très interessante et utile à TOUS les journalistes! Parlez-en à vos collègues, amis, étudiants... Ce workshop unique en son genre, en vaut le coup! 

 

A bientôt

L'équipe MCF-MI 

Project overall objectives

Cette formation portera sur les trois principaux média : radio, télévision et presse écrite.

Project activities

Chaque titre a pour vocation d’informer le lecteur du sujet sans lui dévoiler le contenu tout en l’incitant à écouter, regarder ou lire la suite.

Cet exercice requiert une connaissance des règles communes à tous les médias et des particularités de chacun.

D’une manière plus élargie, ces titres font aujourd’hui l’objet de référencement sur les réseaux sociaux et les moteurs de recherche. Aussi, la mise en avant de l’objet principal, en premier mot que l’algorithme de recherche prend en compte, est un enjeu crucial. Toute la difficulté est de le définir.

Started on: Monday, October 24, 2016, End date: Thursday, October 27, 2016
Project description

THE UNITED NATIONS CHILDREN'S FUND (UNICEF), an international inter-governmental organisation established as a subsidiary organ of the United Nations, works with governments, civil society organisations and other partners in more than one hundred and sixty countries to advance children's rights to survival, protection, development and participation.

UNICEF Lebanon  would like to empanel qualified and experienced companies to carry out Short Term Corporate Team Building and Executive Development Programmes.

To be considered for empanelment, interested companies must have atleast10years of relevant experience.

Responses to this request will be used to select companies who will be invited to submit #1f497d; font-family: 'Calibri',sans-serif;">proposals.

Interested companies are requested to express their interest by email to: #0000ff; font-size: medium;">supplyleb@unicef.org by 16:00 hours on 27 October, 2016.

Started on: Thursday, August 25, 2016, End date: Sunday, September 25, 2016
Project description

بالتعاون مع المدربة  هلا انطون

يقيم المركز الوطني للدمج الاجتماعي  دورة تدريبية

في التجميل النسائي  Esthétique et maquillage 

شهادات حضور من المركز

ولمن يرغب شهادات من المجمع الدولي للبحوث العلمية

مدة الدورة  شهر 3 ساعات اسبوعياً يومين بالاسبوع ساعة ونصف كل يوم

فقط بـــ (10 )ألف ليرة

الاماكن محدودة   للمراجعة على الارقام التالية:

06430417 – 71422670 – 76121003

Started on: Monday, July 25, 2016, End date: Thursday, August 25, 2016
Project description

free english courses   level 1 2 and 3

placement test is a must 

Project overall objectives

improving English skills

Project activities

writing, speaking and listening

Started on: Wednesday, June 15, 2016, End date: Friday, July 15, 2016
Project description

دورات للاهتمام بالمسن و الطفل شهاادات حضور من المركز و من المجمع الدولي للبحوث العلمية لمن يرغب

Project hosted by: Municipality of Tripoli
Started on: Wednesday, April 13, 2016, End date: Wednesday, May 18, 2016
Project description

Project funded by the European Union

 

Terms of Reference

R_1A Capacity Needs Assessment

Professional Local Expert (Independent/Body)

 

Project: Improvement of Development Process and Local Governance in the Municipality of Tripoli

 

       I.            Introduction

The Municipality of Tripoli  received on  the 15th of January 2016  a grant from the European Union (EU) to realize the project” Improvement of Development Process and Local Governance in the Municipality of Tripoli” over a period extending to 36 months.  The overall objective of the project is to improve the intuitional and operational contribution to governance and development process in the Municipality of Tripoli. The Specific objectives of the project are to improve access in Bab El Tabbane- Jabal Mohsen and El Ghouraba to basic and adequate social services on a sustainable basis. All three communities will benefit from a positive impact on different levels especially on Health, Education, Job Creation and awareness levels. Five Expected results derive from the project.

 

    II.            The project

The project derives from four basic facts advanced by the Municipality of Tripoli:

  • The local authority and civil society are in need for capacity building,
  • Health is a fundamental human right and should be available to all people regardless of gender, social class, ethnicity and age,
  • Job opportunities are very limited due to the deficiency of educational skills,
  • Recreational activities allowing the cohesion of the dissimilar zones allow a better synergy.

It consists of:

  • Enhancement of the capacities of the municipal council and staff of Tripoli Municipality on management issues, managing development, institutional, technical and organizational development, networking and coordination, local governance and accountability, aiming at enhancing their role in the provision of public basic services and development projects.
  • Consolidation of social cohesion, and the promotion of the synergy between the Municipal Council and the civil society.
  • Coordination of efforts of existing local resources (Municipality & CSOs) through participatory approach, to establish a common plan that reflects their vision as a local authority and CSOs so they can together give a push for the policy process and the development process in general and specifically in the regions of Bab El Tabbaneh - Jabal Mohsen and El Ghouraba where the project will be realized.

 III.            Tasks

The Expected Result (1) of the project ( subject of the present TOR) is to enhance the capacity building of the Municipality of Tripoli and its coordination with the civil society organizations in matters related to inclusive strategic planning, governance  and accountability in local development.

 For this purpose, the Municipality of Tripoli is seeking to contract a short-term expert to perform the following tasks:

  • Carry out an assessment of the capacity needs of the municipality of Tripoli and civil society groups in matters related to inclusive strategic planning and accountability in local development.
  • Based on the results of the needs assessment, design a comprehensive capacity building program for the Municipality and the civil society organizations (CSO's) on issues such as managing development, institutional, technical and organizational development, networking and coordination, local governance and accountability. The design should clearly include the type and length of each of the proposed trainings together with the respective profile of trainees.
  • Support in identifying the CSO's, actors and stakeholders to participate in the capacity building program.  
  • Define the trainers’ professional experience and skills.
  • Help in drafting the vision and the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) related to the Partnership Forum that shall bring together the Municipality and the CSOs to establish a common plan that reflects their vision for the development process in general, specifically in the regions of Bab El Tabbaneh, Jabal Mohsen and El Ghouraba.

 

 IV.            Start of the contract  

- The contract duration is two months and will start on the day of its signature with the Municipality of Tripoli.

- The maximum number of working days expected to implement the above-mentioned tasks is: 10 Working Days.

- The maximum amount allocated to the contract is: 2500 Euros

 

    V.            Evaluation of proposals and award of the contract

Proposals will be evaluated by the concerned committee. Methodology and CV will have a grade over 80 and the financial offer will have a grade over 20.

 

 VI.            Dependence

The professional local expert will report to the Project Coordinator and will coordinate his/her work with the Mayor, the steering committee and the Partnership Forum.

 

  1. VII.            Deliverables:

-          Report on the carried needs assessment.

-          Detailed comprehensive capacity building program

-          Report on the identification of CSO's, actors and stakeholders to participate in the capacity building program

-          TORs of the trainers to be involved in the capacity building program

-          Draft vision and MOU between the Tripoli Municipality and the CSOs

 

  1. VIII.            Education/Professional experience and skills

The candidate should have an academic formation in addition to a minimum of 5 years of experience in the fields of local development with particular relevance to carrying needs assessment, development of capacity building programs that target local authorities and civil society groups, and establishment of coordination structures between target local authorities and civil society groups, as well as in evaluation. .

In addition to Arabic language, fluency in English is a must (Fluency in French is an additional asset)

 IX.            Submission of proposals

Interested experts are invited to submit their proposals in two components, a technical part and a financial part. Each of the two components should be placed inside a separate sealed envelope showing on the outside the title of the component (Technical of Financial). The two envelopes containing the technical and financial parts should be placed inside one main envelope. The main envelope should be submitted sealed and should show on the outside just the project name as follows: 

Project: Improvement of Development Process and Local Governance in the Municipality of Tripoli

Any other sentence, mark, sign or logo shown on the outside of the main envelope that may refer to the identity of the expert presenting the proposal will lead to discarding the proposal.

The technical proposal should contain:

- Name and Coordinates of the expert presenting the proposal.

- Copy of the registration of the expert at the Lebanese Ministry of Finance

- The Expert CV that highlights the expertise needed in the TORs;

- An elaborated methodology of work (maximum 5 pages) where the expert explains the approach s/he will undertake to implement the proposed tasks.

 - A Gantt chart of the proposed schedule of activities

- In case the applicant is a CSO, a complete file showing that the CSO is  working in the targeted area, together with a detailed proposal, report of its activities in the same field of activity proposed in the action and a financial report for the past three years should be attached also to the proposal. 

The financial proposal should contain:

- A financial offer including the expert expected dues for the whole intervention in Euros.

All proposals should reach the Municipality of Tripoli, Tall Square, Tripoli-Lebanon not later than

12:00 noon of Saturday 30 April 2016

All requests for clarifications, should be addressed in writing by e-mail to the following mail address: idlg.tripoli@gmail.com

Proposals sent by e-mail will be discarded.

 

    X.            Settlement  of the expert dues

The expert's dues will be settled, after receipt and acceptance of his/her deliverables and against an invoice submitted to the Municipality of Tripoli at the end of his/her contract.