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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
انتخب الأب ميشال عبود رئيسا جديدا لرابطة كاريتاس لبنان خلفا للاب بول كرم الذي تنتهي ولايته القانونية في 31 آذار 2020 على ان تبدأ ولاية الاب عبود القانونية صباح اليوم التالي في الأول من نيسان المقبل، وذلك خلال انعقاد الدورة الإستثنائية لمناقشة أنظمة رابطة كاريتاس لبنان عقب الدورة العادية السنوية الـ53 لمجلس البطاركة والأساقفة الكاثوليك في لبنان التي عقدت في الصرح البطريركي في بكركي في تشرين الثاني 2019.
Caritas Lebanon assisted in implementing “Together We Give Warmth” campaign that has been launched and funded by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. The campaign aimed to financially assist 13,000 poor Lebanese families and individuals who are struggling to attain basic needs of living especially in winter and in mid of Lebanese economic and social crisis.
Starting the 20th of December 2019, Caritas’s health department’s Medical Mobile Unit has been visiting several rural areas across Lebanon to provide free medical consultations and distribute medicines for communities where medical aid and services are limited, not available, or inaccessible. The Medical Mobile Units visits, since December, has been able to provide help for around 469 individuals.
Caritas’ youth were able to organize recreational Christmas activities in December targeting around 2,600 children in various Lebanese regions.
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.