Blue Mission Organization

Last modified: 
24/04/2020 - 1:51pm

Blue Mission is an independent Lebanese organization based in Saida that promotes and protects the rights of vulnerable populations.

The purpose of Blue Mission is to create a culture of peace and empower every level of society so that Lebanon can confront and resolve humanitarian challenges and crises.

Our approach is comprehensive and emphasizes empowerment. Our programs focus on the following core activities: medical aid, mental health, education, peace-building, and community development.

Blue Mission Organization uses a holistic approach, combining programs that target not only refugees, internally-displaced people (IDP) and vulnerable segments of the Lebanese community, but also the community as a whole, including the volunteers, activators and mobilizers working with vulnerable populations. We support the empowerment of individuals to become actors of change that work for the sustainable culture of peace.

 

 

 

 

Acronym: 
BMO
Organisation Type: 
Local Civil Society Organisation
Founding Year: 
2002
Country of Origin: 
LB
Intervention Sector(s): 
Advocacy & Awareness
Children & Youth
Health
Mental Health
Refugees
Contact person's position: 
President
Contact person's email: 
Contact person's phone number: 
+961 (0)3 318 707
Address: 
Blue Mission Centre
Riyad Solh Street
Saida , South Lebanon
Lebanon
Phone: +961 7 732 636
South Lebanon LB
City: 
Saida
Street: 
Riyad Solh Street
Phone: 
+961 7 732 636
Website: 
Contact person's name: 
Sana El Bizri
Partnerships: 
IDEALS Charity Islamic Relief Worldwide Embassy of Japan in Lebanon Norwegian Refugee Council ACTED Steenmedia.no

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Blue Mission is a non-political/non-sectarian NGO based in Saida, seeking to promote a culture of peace in order for Lebanon to confront its humanitarian challenges. The biggest program in place at this date is KARAMA, targeting refugee and host populations living in informal settlements in the South and Mount Lebanon to assess the mental and physical health needs of their residents. This program reaches around 1000 beneficiaries a month in 35+ settlements with the help of a Mobile Medical Unit. It is staffed by a physician, a nurse, a midwife, an OB/GYN, 2 therapists and 2 social workers.

Wednesday, 1 January 2020
Expired
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Blue Mission aims to increase awareness among residents in the Greater Saida area on environmentally sustainable practices and to increase enthusiasm for environmental issues. As a result, Blue Mission has linked up with the Ministry of Social Affairs, the National Volunteer Service Programme to create the Green Up Saida project and will conduct educational workshops for youths. The aim is to educate, for a week, at least 40 volunteers in sustainable practices to rise their environmental consciousness, and to contribute to awarness rising through the youths self-made visual content.

Friday, 12 October 2018
Expired

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Blue Mission is a non-political/non-sectarian NGO based in Saida, seeking to promote a culture of peace on every level of society in order for Lebanon to confront and resolve its humanitarian challenges. The biggest program in place at this date is the KARAMA project, targeting refugee and host populations living in informal settlements in the South and Mount Lebanon to assess the mental and physical health needs of their residents, reaching around 1000 beneficiaries a month in 35+ Shelter. We are looking for an Art/Drama Therapist to give sessions in our Center in Saida, 2 days a Week.

Saturday, 18 January 2020
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Blue Mission will soon be implementing the Teenager Support Program, targeting underprivileged teenagers of Old Saida, aiming to give them a chance to empower with the help of educational, social and life skills activities. Come join our team of volunteers to implement this program! You will be given a chance to teach french and do french Homework support, organise debates on different topics, plan different activities and awareness sessions and help the teenagers decide on the activities that fits better their needs. The program will take place twice a Week in the Library of Saida.

Tuesday, 31 March 2020
Expired

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