Daleel Elections is the directory of all candidates, lists and logistics related to the parliamentary elections of 2022
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Since its inception, it has been working to serve the local Lebanese community and improve its living standards on many levels. Ajialouna’s organizational structure consists of a Board of Trustees made up of 10 members as well as an administrative body of 92 female volunteers. These ladies have expertise in various fields including engineering, medicine, pharmacy, education, administration, and others, along with 35 employees, mostly female breadwinners of their households. Based on our belief in the need to build a better tomorrow for our children and with the desire to cover a larger area in Lebanon, and implement the vision and goals of the organization, Ajialouna has kept introducing new centers and programs relying on the perseverance and the exceptional spirit of solidarity and teamwork demonstrated by its members, staff and female volunteers to promote and improve the status of many underprivileged to a better status of education and productivity. In The past 16 years, the volunteer ladies worked hard to establish and sustain the current 16 programs that are embedded in the following five departments; Health, Health Awareness, Social, Women Empowerment, Educational, and Fundraising. These programs are funded by grants provided by generous individuals, companies, and sponsors as well as Ajialouna’s fundraising activities
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Amel is a non-governmental organization, recognized as a public utility by presidential decree 5832 in 1994. Amel is a non-profit, non sectarian organization that 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. Amel has currently 24 centers, 6 mobile medical units and a mobile educational unit, in the most underprivileged zones in Lebanon (Southern Suburbs of Beirut, Mount Lebanon, Bekaa Valley and South Lebanon)
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Founded on forgiveness, respect and love values, the association Joy of Giving has taken it upon her to assemble the Lebanese family and to heal deep wounds created between different religions and regions over 15 years of war through ethical and social projects. Created in 1985 Joy of Giving tries to favor the understanding and the unity of the Lebanese people and intervenes on levels of sewing social links between Lebanese by promoting a culture of collective responsibility. A non-confessional, non-political association, Joy of Giving was created during the Lebanes war simultaneously in Lebanon and in France by Lebanese and French students. The association is registered in the Official Journal of the Lebanese Republic under the number 212 A/D and in the Official Journal of the French Republic in 1987. Since 2002, the association Joy of Giving has had international branches in Sweden and we are currently assisting to create a branch in Egypt and in Syria where we have a strong collaboration.
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CHANCE (CHildren AgaiNst CancEr) is a Lebanese Association that helps kids with Cancers and blood disorders. Because NO child should be denied the right to be cured for lack of financial means, CHANCE was founded in 2002 by doctors, parents & volunteers so that EVERY child in Lebanon can receive the best CHANCE to be saved. CHANCE (Factual Certificate 52/AD, 2005) is based entirely on volunteer work and donations. To help a child be cured, please feel free to contact us. Let’s all join hands and efforts to “Give them a CHANCE”… Tel: 70 81 22 59 For your donations: Fransabank – Tabaris Agency Account #231093113860 or Bank of Beirut: Account # 1140110317800
What should be done to get Lebanon out of this crisis? And more importantly, who should, or can, do it? Many solutions have been circulated, including bailouts, foreign lending programs under the IMF or other institutions, further cuts to public spending, and funding safety nets for the impoverished.
Article by Diala Lteif- The Lebanon Revolution Takes on The Media: A Resource on Alternative News Outlets
Since 17 October 2019, one of the most pressing concerns for Lebanese living abroad has been access to reliable sources of information about the uprising happening in our home country. Obviously, the sources of information we rely on influence our opinions. Perhaps unsurprisingly, those who follow mainstream Lebanese media are increasingly less informed and more pessimistic about the realities on the ground.
This is a comprehensive plan, aimed at advancing out-of-the-box, measures that address our extraordinary circumstances. This is an emergency proposal for the short-term (three years). Some of the measures it incorporates can be reversed or modified in a future phase.
Prepared by Leaders Club for Lebanon Oppurtunites
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