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The Embrace Lifeline is not an emergency response service with a medical team ready to be mobilized on the ground. It is a helpline to provide suicide risk assessment and emotional support and link people to services available in Lebanon.
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Rim El Rafi, Samaya Mansour, Rana Sukarieh, Suha Harb & Shaghig Chaparian
Bits to Atoms is collecting funds to help protesters stay warm during this winter season. We have already built a first Sobya on Martyr’s Square and it’s a huge success! Associations are asking for more, so would you help finance the production of more Sobyas to keep the Revolution going on despite the cold, for a better Lebanon? The stoves are placed in public spaces only, where anyone can benefit from them irrelevantly of political sides. Follow the link to fund the project through Zoomal.
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