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The philosophy of energy saving and environment protection is admittedly lacking in Lebanon. The people’s lack of awareness about their surroundings and the planet they are going to leave to future generations has propelled the launch of several initiatives aimed at educating the community on the...

Overview Having sensed among Lebanese youth a lack of both exposure to the business world and entrepreneurial know-how, a group of business leaders stepped in to help disseminate business and entrepreneurial literacy to youths aged 7 to 18, with primary focus on those aged 15 and above, through...

Overview Designed initially to improve the economic standing and quality of life of American communities through the construction of affordable housing, the CHF - Cooperative Housing Foundation- gradually took its operations outside the US and expanded its portfolio of programs. From a housing...

Several initiatives arose in the aftermath of the Arab-Israeli War of 1967 with an aim to provide relief and assistance to the victims of the war. American Near East Refugee Aid, ANERA, is a non-profit American NGO incorporated in 1968 to respond to the critical needs of Palestinian people caught...

Injustice is ugly in all its forms. Yet, it is when it targets children that it assumes its ugliest face. Alas, injustices still scar our modern day society, denying children their simplest rights to food, health, security and education and therefore putting our humanity to utter shame. World...

​Overview Against the widening gap between the rich and the poor and amidst soaring unemployment and abject poverty, varied interventions arise with the aim of reducing social disparity, creating equal opportunities for all classes, promoting social justice and providing solutions to prevent all...

Much like everything else in Lebanon, controlling and managing the environment and natural resources need to be addressed more seriously if we are to pass on a greener and cleaner space to future generations. Amid the frequent violations affecting Lebanon’s environment, from the lack of adequate...

Largest of its kind in Lebanon and the Middle East, the Shouf Cedars Nature Reserve stands as one of Lebanon’s most famous tourist attractions and natural landmarks. It was established by virtue of Law No. 532, dated July 24, 1996, which declared the communal lands of Niha, Jbe’e, Mreste,...

​Nobody emerges from war victorious. Not only do wars exact a huge toll on property and human life, they also leave indelible scars on the psyche of the people. In Lebanon, a country weighed down by a war-ridden past and a present tinged with serious threats to security, millions of people have...

Ghadi, an Arabic equivalent of ‘My Tomorrow’, is a non-governmental organization established in 1998 and registered in 2000 under the notice of establishment no. 161/AD.