2.7 million Lebanese citizens live below the poverty line. That’s close to 55% of resident nationals, many struggling to afford school fees and lacking access to basic necessities. We’re on a mission to advance education, fight poverty and facilitate social change in Lebanon. With the help of generous supporters like you, we will achieve our aims.
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Le Voilier, disabled day care centre & 4 residential homes – Rebuild & Repair
Le Voilier club and the Al-Zawrak association hold daily activities that cater for the needs of members of the club with disabilities. The Beirut harbour explosion on the 4th August 2020 caused damage to the St Jean-Baptiste Centre housing Le Voilier rendering the premises unfit for use.
Theatre Gemmayze – Rebuild & Repair
Theatre Gemmayze, built 125 years ago in the heart of Beirut, is one of the oldest theatres in the Middle East. The massive explosion on the 4th of August 2020 that ripped through the Lebanese capital’s historic Gemmayze district shattered the theatre and the campus of the Sacre-Coeur School where it is located.
How we work
Our teams work to identify and manage education based projects serving lower-income families across the country. We work with these families, students, schools and other stakeholders to advance education in Lebanon.
Proving our impact
From the outset we’ve provided photos and GPS coordinates for every Alphabetical Order project. You can find all project details on the map above.