Organizations

LOGI’s objective is to develop a network of Lebanese experts in the global energy industry and provide them with a platform to lobby Lebanese policy makers and educate Lebanese citizens on the key decisions facing the oil and gas industry. It focuses on public awareness, policy development and advocacy to help Lebanon maximize the economic and social benefits of its oil and gas wealth – and avoid the resource curse.

Safe line +961 81 78 81 78 - Al dar +961 76 06 06 02 - Men center +961 71 28 38 20 - Complaint +961 81 696575

Abaad is a UN ECOSEC- accredited organisation aiming to achieve gender equality in Lebanon and MENA region. They organise and partake in equal rights campaigns as well as provide emergency safe sheltering and services throughout Lebanon.

 

 

 

Forbidden. An initiative in Aqaba – Zgharta to support each other in these circumstances, by providing foodstuffs

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Caritas Lebanon is present at all Carrefour branches and other supermarkets collecting food parcels to be distributed to the needy families.

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Collaborates with local NGOs to distribute medicine, no-perishable food, and funds to help over 400 families in Tripoli. 3 independent facilitators (Zeina Shaaban, Aman Damashqieh, and Lea Itani), not in conjunction with any NGOs or coalitions, have collected data on 400+ households mostly in Tripoli in dire need of food, gas and medicine. They are asking for cash donations and are coordinating with local stores for food and other needs, and pharmacies for medicine, to allow families to visit and pick up what they need directly from stores/pharmacies. Until now, they have compiled details of these families on an Excel sheet, which they can share in order to allow donors to choose which household they wish to help

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Soup kitchens in various areas. You send on WhatsApp to the number and specify area to get info on closest kitchen with contact person and meal time.

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NGO building on immediate shelter in Dekwaneh, collecting donations for money- construction material, blankets and food.

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Our mission is to fight and overcome hunger by developing effective Feeding Programs in parallel with Development & Awareness programs to eliminate hunger.

The Lebanese Food Bank is a non-profit (Licence #1596), non-confessional and non-partisan organization established by a group of Lebanese business men in 2012 and a member of the Regional Food Banking Network in Dubai. It is presently headed by Mr. Kamal Sinno and is backed by a number of board members.

It strives towards the eradication of hunger throughout Lebanon through a range of food, development/training and awareness programs. Knowing that 28.6% of the population in Lebanon lives in poverty (around 20.6% live below the upper poverty line which translates into about $4 per day and around 8% are extremely poor and live below the lower poverty line estimated at $2.4 per day), we are working towards both short-term relief and a long-term sustainable solution to this pressing issue.

At present, we provide food on a daily basis to families and individuals in need mainly through the collection of surplus food from partner restaurants, hotels, caterers, supermarkets and fruit and vegetables, food exporters/importers. Our main line of work is to provide food to a selected number of more than 70 Lebanese NGOs active in a variety of fields.

Our action is indispensable in Lebanon today and in order to achieve it, we rely on donations in kind and in money from individuals and an increasing number of corporate partners: banks, hotels, institution, restaurants, catering companies…

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KAFA (enough) Violence & Exploitation is a feminist, secular, Lebanese, non-profit, non-governmental civil society organization seeking to create a society that is free of social, economic and legal patriarchal structures
that discriminate against women.