Caritas Lebanon strives for an environmentally sustainable economically inclusive developed world in which all people lead peaceful, just, and dignified lives in harmony and intergenerational solidarity

To achieve our vision we strive for an overall human, social, economic and environmental development. To improve the quality of life of all people in need, we are committed to helping every vulnerable person regardless of race, creed, identity or beliefs.

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We are the common official socio-pastoral arm of the local Catholic Church in service of the poor and the promotion of love, charity and justice.

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A workshop to launch an “Eco-Municipality Manual” for the municipalities supported by BALADI program funded by USAID implemented by Caritas Lebanon Sunday 24 February 2019

On January 24, 2019, in the context of USAID BALADI’s assistance program aiming to implement local community development projects that respect environmental standards, Caritas Lebanon organized a workshop in partnership with Terre Liban. The objective was to launch an “Eco-Municipality Manual” for the municipalities supported by BALADI program implemented by Caritas Lebanon and René Moawad Foundation, and  BALADI CAP program implemented by MSI.

3 Workshops were held in the aim of developing standard operating procedures for the identification and referral of gender-based violence survivors with the the help of the British embassy. Thursday 31 January 2019

During December 2018 and January 2019, the Migrant Department carried out 3 workshops at the Padova hotel with the aim of developing standard operating procedures for the identification and referral of gender-based violence survivors. The workshops were organized with the help of the British embassy, and were attended by VIP guests such as the British Embassy Magna Carta team.

Organic vegetable gardens to stimulate local economies Wednesday 30 January 2019

“Man is not only a freedom which he creates for himself. Man does not create himself. He is spirit and will, but also nature” - The Holy Father Francis on care for our common home.

By the end of January 2019, Caritas Lebanon established 2 large organic vegetable gardens at Oak and Cedar Shelters for survivors of gender-based violence.

Children Workshop in Caritas special education center for good hygiene habits Wednesday 23 January 2019

On January 23, 2019, the Education Department organized a doll-showering activity with the help of IBHAR – إبحار in order to teach children good hygiene habits and improve their ability to take care of themselves.

4 projects under Baladi program, funded by USAID, implemented by Caritas Lebanon. Tuesday 01 January 2019

 

USAID assistance to Roumine

In October 2018, thanks to the assistance and the equipment provided by USAID, the technical school in the Roumine village (Nabatieh, South Lebanon) was able to add a new Hotel Management major and improve existing majors for the first time ever.

Christmas celebration with refugees Friday 21 December 2018

6 Community Development Centers in Mount Lebanon celebrated Christmas with more than 350 beneficiaries by organizing different events.

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