Following the Beirut port explosion on August 4th 2020, we set our mission of raising up youth from the aftermath of the disaster through education. We brought together professionals from different sectors who are committed to preserving Lebanon’s strong history of education
We support the most financially vulnerable students by allowing them access to quality education and better well-being.
Covered the tuition of 900 students, Supported 13 schools (6 urban, 7 rural) by providing partial or full academic scholarships
Supported 260 teachers by funding their salary and transportation
Allow children and teachers to stay in their school by financing tuition, salaries and transport
Ensuring their energy costs (solar panels or national electricity solution) through partnerships with other NGOs
Work on the acceptance of difference, the prevention of discrimination, self-esteem and anchoring in the culture and their environment through outings in nature with specialized guides. These outings will systematically include children from different schools, regions and backgrounds.
Develop the motivation, resilience, and well-being of children through motivation, inspiration, and discussion workshops with our Ambassador, Joyce Azzam, the first Lebanese woman to have climbed the 7 highest peaks in the world