Civil society projects
Project hosted by: Besme Co.
Started on: Thursday, March 5, 2015,
Project description


Medical Insurance Cards Project


12-24 months


Beirut, Akkar

Overall Objective

Securing the Lebanese citizens’ rights in receiving medical and health services regardless of their economical conditions




AlWake3 Cultural and Social Association

Target Beneficiaries

100 non-insured Lebanese citizens of youth (between the ages of 18-45 years old)

Final Beneficiaries

  1. Families of these non-insured Lebanese citizens
  2. Hospitals, health clinics and medical centers
  3. Insurance company (UFA)
  4. Government agencies

Estimated Results

  1. Providing medical care for those who has no insurance and in need of health support
  2. Securing the right of healthy living and having medical assistance of 100 people between the ages of 18 and 45.
  3. Promoting medical support and medical consultancy of the families of these selected most needed people.

Main Activities

  1. Signing an agreement with the insurance company – UFA -  about providing insurance cards for those people
  2. Establishing eligibility committee to determine the most needed people that meet the criteria for having these cards which are Lebanese citizens, between the ages of 18-45 and economically in need.
  3. Identify the 100 people, who will get medical insurance cards regardless of gender, ethnicity, religion, national or social status, political affiliation or any other discrimination.
  4. Public ceremony for distributing the cards to the selected people.


12.000 $


Project description

A Special Package for Young & Start up NGOs

A successful nonprofit organization needs to cultivate multiple revenue streams through sound financial planning. These in-house workshops are especially customized to help young and Start-up organizations acquire a strategic thinking about how to design a fundraising process, create a satisfied donor-base and effectively develop the components of a fundraising plan.

Any Two Topics for Only $850/Group

Any Three Topics for Only $1250/Group 

Topics Covered
1- Fundraising Strategic Simulation 
2- The Giving Patterns
3- Fundraising Process & Misconceptions
4- Effective Donors’ Communication Plan

Group Capacity: 25 Participants

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Project overall objectives

1. Obtain a comprehensive approach of fundraising
2. Understand the various aspects and environments
3. Develop an integrated fundraising plan

Project activities

- Registration: 9:30am – 10:00am
- Session 1: 10:00am – 11:30am
- Break 1
- Session 2: 12:00pm – 1:30pm
- Break 2
- Session 3: 2:00pm – 3:30pm

Project description

Vocational and transition programs from school to adult life. 

Project overall objectives

All Therapies and Activities are goal oriented where individualized plans will combine cognitive thinking and physical movement to ensure a healthy body and a healthy mind:

 Early Detection and Intervention

 Therapies
Multi‐Sensory Therapy, Dance/Movement Therapy (Dance/Rhythmic), Drama Therapy, Play Therapy, Art Therapy (Art/Craft), Music Therapy (Piano/Percussion), Writing Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, Martial arts Therapy (Taekwondo/Thai‐Boxing), Behavior Therapy.

 Activities
Educational movies/documentaries, Bodily‐kinesthetic board games, Computer educational games, Story reading‐puppet show, Educational board games, Football/Basketball, Health and nutrition, Art/Craft, Taekwondo, Gardening, Ping pong, Cooking, Boxing, Drama, Dance, Darts, Music, Yoga.

 Academics and Skills
Organizational Skills, Computer Skills, Study Skills, Life Skills.

 Vocational and Transition programs from school to adult life
Kitchen & Bakery, Hair Dressing, Esthetic, Graphic Design, Computer (IT), Photo Studio, Carpentry, Mosaic, Hospitality Management, Retail, Children's Recreation, Clerical, Food Service, Facilities Maintenance, Weave/Sewing, DJ/Music and Others

Project activities

Fundraising Campaign

Project hosted by: Save Energy Plant Trees
Project description

ACSESS: Advocate College Students for the Environment and a Sustainable Society:

Promoting and Building Capacity on Corporate Social Responsibility

Working with 3 groups in 3 different universities

Training on, designing and implementing a CSR related advocacy campaign

Instituting the groups into semi-autonomous civil society groups and a networking platform among the 3 formed groups and previously formed others, sharing the concerns on Corporate Social Responsibility proliferation (CSR) AND Environmental and Social Engagement of youth in local government structures.   

Project description

"How to Develop Historical Thinking? - Reaching out for Teachers Across Lebanon" is a project that introduces a disciplinary approach to history pedagogy in Lebanon. It proposes refocusing history education on historical thinking, and thus on processes of open yet rigorous enquiry and debate about the meanings of the past. Rather than relying on a single textbook account, this approach engages student in exploring how and why diverse historical accounts are constructed. Students are being taught how to interrogate – critically, collaboratively, and constructively multiple, conflicting or incomplete sources of evidence. The program is a continuation of previous workshops and aims at reaching a wider and more diverse group of history teachers through a series of workshops focusing on historical thinking. The workshops will be conducted in Arabic and will involve the designing and implementation of three one-day workshops in three different areas in Lebanon, namely the North, South and Mount Lebanon.

Project overall objectives

The project aims at building a community of learners among history teachers nationwide as a step towards launching a responsible conversation about the past and towards building awareness about how the past is constructed and how powerful groups will always try to influence the past by forcing one version, their version.

Project activities

There will be organised three workshops in each of three areas in Lebanon. The workshops titled: 1) Causation, 2) Evidence, 3) Change and continuity.

Project hosted by: Volunteer For Lebanon
Project description

National Youth Service Week (April 9-17) is a Lebanese initiative encouraging youth throughout Lebanon do effective and sustainable service projects.

National Youth Service Week is an expansion of Global Youth Service Days (April 15-17, 2016), three days in April when youth in over 100 countries around the world do service projects in their communities. It honors both the contribution of those youth and the adults who help make their efforts possible. All NYSW projects will also be registered as GYSD projects.

WHO CAN PARTICIPATE?  All children and youth. We encourage all universities, public and private schools, youth groups, and informal groups of youth to implement a service project during National Youth Service Week.

Volunteer For Lebanon is holding training sessions in different areas of Lebanon. For a list of  training sessions go to:
And for more information about National Youth Service Week go to:

February/early March: Training of schools, universities organizations, youth groups on How to Plan and Implement a Sustainable Service Project and how to participate in NYSW/GYSD.
March-mid April: Youth groups will plan their service projects according to the guidelines provided. They will also complete an online pre-project form describing their project. And public school students will have their projects approved, as required, by the Ministry of Education
*April 2: Deadline to complete pre-project form:
*April 9-17: Sustainable service projects will be implemented throughout Lebanon.
*April 29: Deadline for youth groups to complete the online post-project form describing the actual project completed as well as prepare and submit a poster describing their project:
A list of places to submit the posters will be sent to all who complete the Pre-Project Form.
*May 8*: A recognition event will be held to honor the youth who participated in National Youth Service Week. Project posters will be displayed, certificates will be distributed, and awards will be given for exemplary projects according to the criteria provided in the guidelines. 
*The event may be postponed to May 15th if the municipal elections are held on May 8th

Project overall objectives

1) To develop an understanding of volunteering and to encourage it in our youth.
2) To encourage youth to identify and target social problems and to collaborate to solve them
3) To develop our youth into capable, empowered, socially responsible citizens.
4) To provide them with opportunities to actually contribute in meaningful ways.
5) To provide youth with volunteer opportunities that cross social barriers of age, religion, abilities/disabilities, and geography.
6) To improve the quality and sustainability of youth service projects.
7) To encourage and help NGOs to recruit youth to volunteer for them
8) To acknowledge the capacity of youth to contribute to their society

We are providing information to groups to develop projects that are sustainable in three important ways:
1) Projects that continue over time or have a long time impact
2) Projects that are environmentally friendly in their planning and implementation
3) Projects that help to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals

Project activities

March: Training sessions for leaders of youth groups
April 9-17: Service projects will be implemented by youth groups throughout the country
May 8: Recognition event at UNESCO Palace (possibly postponed to May 15 if municipal elections take place on May 8.

Project hosted by: Rabab Cancer Foundation
Project description

NGO mission:

The project aims to provide all kinds of guidance, counseling and psycho-social support for cancer patients through awareness and educational programs about the disease and ways to prevent it, and follow ups on the latest innovations of promising treatments for cancer.

NGO Goals:

  • Spread awareness, education and ways to prevent cancer
  • Create a global media with associations and patients to exchange benefits and cultures.
  • Help and educate patients to fight their disease and provide real, service and financial aids according to the available possibilities.
  • Seek to support treatment of cancer patients to be gratuitous (Hospitalization and drugs).
  • Fight phenomena causing cancer by organizing awareness – raising campaigns and activities.
  • Establish a mental health care center for cancer patients.
  • Encourage scientific researches of cancer treatments in Lebanon.

The project aims at fulfilling and achieving the goals and missions with efficiency and effectiveness that we are committed to and have publicly stated.

The project summary is as follows:

The project will be executed in four stages to create public awareness about cancer:

  • A launch of the organization will take effect to announce the presence to the public and launch the projects that it holds.
  • A series of educational videos Will be made by well-qualified oncologists on cancer and its main aspects in Arabic to educate the patients about their state, what they face and how to deal with it.
  • Short animation videos will be designed to create attractive educational materials for the public.
  • An informative cancer guide for patients will be published to help them as a reference booklet to fight against cancer to overcome the lack of patient education in Lebanese hospitals. This guide will be written by medical professionals and will then be reviewed and approved by a panel of oncologists. After approval, this guide will then be translated into Arabic and distributed in almost 50 hospitals in Lebanon.
  • Cancer awareness presentations will be held in schools, universities and rural areas to educate the youth and the general public about this disease and ways to prevent it from happening and showing them the huge impact of it on societies.
  • A number of cancer patient will be under our supervision where they will get all the additional care and support they deserve during their survivorship journey, this will include providing consults, psychosocial support, advocating for patient’s needs (medical and social) and general follow-ups on their treatments progress. 

For more information:

Project overall objectives

Decrease cancer incidence rate on the long term in the region and improving the quality of care that cancer patients receive.