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“My father passed away a couple of months ago; he was very sick. My mom had to replace him at the parking, until she entirely took over the job. After everything we’ve been through at home, I don’t think we would have been able to carry on with our studies and succeed had it not been to Caritas Lebanon.”
number of beneficiaries in 2017
volunteers from all over the country in 2017
million dollars budget in 2017
Microsoft Office Certificates in Excel and Word 2013 were distributed to 106 officers and members of the Lebanese General Security after completing all required courses at Caritas Lebanon - Academic Information and Technology Center and passing successfully passing Microsoft Office's official exams.
Caritas's Fghal special education center celebrated end of 2018/2019 academic year which was followed by a small exhibition featuring handmade products made by the children of the center.
Her royal Highness, a member of the British royal family and the wife of Prince Edward, along with Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon Minister of State for the Commonwealth and United Nations spent time at Caritas Cedar’s Shelter as part of their visit to Charitable NGOs in Lebanon who are offering support to most vulnerable communities and strengthening friendship between the UK and Lebanon.Her royal Highness, a member of the British royal family and the wife of Prince Edward, along with Minister of state for the Commonwealth and the UN Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon spent time at Caritas Cedar’s Shelter as part of their visit to Charitable NGOs in Lebanon who are offering support to most vulnerable communities and strengthening friendship between the UK and Lebanon.
Bet aleph school organized an end of year ceremony for it’s students on Monday June 3rd. The Ceremony included 137 children from more than 10 different nationalities who performed and danced on multinational songs. 40 of these students have completed KG2.
In May 2019 and under the project “Sustained health and protection intervention for Syrian refugee and Vulnerable Lebanese” funded by the Canadian department of foreign affairs in partnership with development and peace, Caritas Canada, several activities were organized across Lebanon.
Since 2008, Caritas Lebanon has been collaborating with College Notre Dame de Jamhour to deliver awareness sessions for the secondary classes under the theme “the Injustice”. Three- Hundred students have attended the sessions where they were divided on 10 classes during the last week of May (22, 23, 24 and 27 May 2019).