ADRA was established to provide humanitarian relief and welfare regardless of ethnic, political or religious association and is currently a leading non-governmental relief organizations. It has been active in Yemen since 1995 and focuses on primary healthcare, economic development, education and food security.
AIESEC has more than 60 years of experience in developing high-potential youth into globally-minded and responsible leaders. Present in over 110 countries, it offers young people the opportunity to participate in international internships, experience leadership, and participate in a global learning environment.
ALEF is an independent non-governmental organization that acts to change attitudes and behaviors in order to protect, promote and monitor human rights in Lebanon. It also works on empowering civil society and considers youth the main agents of change.
Founded in response to the Israeli invasion of South Lebanon, Amel is a non-profit, non-sectarian organization that supports the most underprivileged populations in Lebanon through various programs involving health care, psychosocial support, rural development, child protection, and the promotion of human rights.
AMIDEAST is an American non-profit organization engaged in international education, training, and development activities in the MENA region. Its programs and services touch the lives of half a million individuals a year, improving educational opportunities and developing language and professional skills.
Caritas Lebanon is a member of Caritas Internationalis, one of the largest humanitarian networks in the world. Moved by love and goodwill, Caritas Lebanon assists all people who experience difficult living conditions or bear the burden of sickness and poverty.
CCCL is a unique regional center for the comprehensive treatment of pediatric cancer. An affiliate of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, it covers all costs of care beyond those reimbursable by third party payments and the total costs when the latter is not available.
Cultural Development Programs Foundation - Yemen
CDPF is one of the first civil society organizations in Yemen. It has taken on both small scale projects (locally funded) and large scale projects (internationally funded). CDPF has developed four broad programs: Human Rights and Democracy, Good Governance, Identity and History, and Capacity Building.
Chaml is a civil youth movement that engages with social, political, and cultural issues. Founded in 2006 by young people from all over Lebanon, it provides alternatives to a country facing a severe political and sectarian split.
DPNA is an independent grassroots-led NGO based in Lebanon, which promotes sustainable development of people and places - established in 2003. With the help of 500 volunteers, DPNA has undertaken many challenges to create positive change within communities.
European Feminist Initiative (IFE-EFI) was founded in 2003 as a feminist network. It is based in France and is represented in 13 countries in Europe. Members of IFE-EFI are independent organizations and individuals. IFE-EFI develops solidarity cooperation and is building partnerships with feminist organizations in Europe and whole Mediterranean area. The organization’s vision is an egalitarian, secular and demilitarized world where respect of human rights for women and men is a leading value and practice.
Evangelical Mission Hospital
The Evangelical Mission Hospital was established in the early 1900s by foreign missionaries who chose to reach out to the people of Egypt through medical care. The 46 bed-facility is an outpatient clinic, providing specialized care in many medical areas, including but not limited to surgery, neurology, ophthalmology, ENT, pediatrics, family medicine, tropical medicine, and internal medicine.
Generation Iraq, because of numerous social problems caused by the war, offers programs that are geared towards helping some of Iraq’s most vulnerable communities become self-sustaining, and encouraging individuals to work together to rebuild their homeland.
Helem adopts a rights-based approach that recognizes the particularities of HIV/AIDS, sexually transmitted illnesses (STIs) and sexual health relative to LGBTs. Helem is partnered with local NGOs in long-term projects that aim to raise awareness on HIV/AIDS and STIs among LGBTs and to place the sexual health concerns of sexual minorities on the agendas of policy-makers and health practitioners.
Hibr Lubnani (Lebanese Ink) aims to serve as a large-scale independent youth and citizen media outlet in Lebanon. It is powered by young people, and engages all communities in both Lebanon and the Lebanese diaspora community worldwide.
INJAZ Al-Arab harnesses the mentorship of Arab business leaders to help inspire a culture of entrepreneurialism and innovation among Arab youth. Operating in 12 countries across the MENA region, it provides experiential education and training to its audience.
INJAZ Lebanon is a nonprofit, non-governmental educational organization dedicated to educating youth about Work Readiness, Entrepreneurship and Financial Literacy through experiential hands on programs, which inspire a culture of entrepreneurialism and innovation among youth in Lebanon in order to increase their future economic opportunities.
JRF is a non-profit, non-governmental organization whose mission is to encourage Jordanians to realize their full economic potential and overcome social challenges, especially child abuse. The Foundation has initiated numerous socio-economic projects for women, which aim to provide them with employment opportunities.
KAFA is a Lebanese non-profit, non-political, non-confessional civil society organization committed to the achievement of gender-equality and non-discrimination, and the advancement of the human rights of women and children. KAFA believes that women’s and children’s rights are integral to building a free and fair society.
KHCF is a non-governmental, not-for-profit institution whose mission is to provide comprehensive cancer care to the people of Jordan and the Middle East region. It offers access to education, training, and public awareness aimed at the early detection and prevention of cancer.
Kurdistan Save the Children aims to ensure that all children, regardless of gender, ethnicity, country of origin, or religious belief have the means for survival, receive protection, and have access to nutrition, primary health care and basic education.
LFPA is a non-profit, non-governmental organization established to follow up on international and regional efforts in the framework of family planning, and mother’s and children’s health. Its concerns have expanded to include population, women, and youth issues.
Founded in 1979, Mercy Corps’ mission is to alleviate suffering, poverty, and oppression by helping people build secure, productive, and just communities. Today, Mercy Corps is helping 19 million people recover from disasters, build stronger communities, and find their own solutions to poverty.
Mesaha is a non-profit, simply equipped and volunteer run space that works to support youth-led initiatives and groups working for sake of their communities’ development. Mesaha provides such youth-led initiatives and groups with meeting, learning, co-working and networking space. Beyond the physical space, Mesaha is building a supportive community that can help youth groups to pursue their own ideas and initiatives.
MWTF is a volunteer-run organization in Beirut that provides free educational opportunities for migrant workers. It welcomes all migrant workers, refugees, or asylum-seekers in Lebanon and provides them with a space to meet friends, take language or computer classes, and receive practical support.
Operation Smile Jordan volunteers repair facial deformities amongst children while building public and private partnerships that advocate for sustainable healthcare systems for children and families. Operation Smile Jordan helps to create smiles, change lives, and heal humanity.
The association is dedicated to helping Jordanian children and other children in the region who are suffering from cleft lips, cleft palates and burns.
The Lebanese Red Cross disseminates peace, serves society, and alleviates human suffering with neutrality and without any racial, sexual, social, religious, or political distinction. It participates in improving health, preventing diseases, and alleviating the suffering of all people through rehabilitation and solidarity programs.
‘Amwaj Farah’ is a program of encouragement of social awareness from the Coca-Cola Foundation in partnership with Injaz. It helps Arab youth gather to take the initiative and become socially active in their communities, creating happiness for themselves and for the lives they touch.
Save the Children is an independent organization that creates lasting change in the lives of children in need around the world. It works with other organizations, governments, non-profits, and a variety of local partners without political agenda or religious orientation.
For over 30 years, SESOBEL has taken all possible steps to implement a coherent and monitored service to assist disabled children and to accompany their families as partners in facing life’s challenges. SESOBEL has worked equally hard with all elements of society to instill a sense of value, dignity, and respect for children with disabilities.
SIGI Jordan is a non-governmental, non-profit organization that works with a diverse constituency of Jordanian women to increase their political awareness and communication and advocacy skills, and in addition works with women’s and human rights education.
SOS Village Tunisia is a non-profit social and humanitarian organization that takes charge of children without families and in danger. It also helps half a million children stay with their biological families and provides education and healthcare for many more.
Teach For Lebanon aims to eliminate educational inequality while fostering youth leadership. The organization has impacted the lives of 2800 children so far and continues working to ensure that all children in Lebanon have the opportunity to attain an excellent education.
The Safe Childhood Center - Yemen
The SCC is the only shelter in Sana’a where homeless children can have healthy meals and a place to sleep. The center also aims to rehabilitate street children socially, psychologically, and educationally, so that they are able to become good citizens.
UTSS is a non-governmental organization that strives to develop a sense of solidarity and mutual aid while carrying out social programs, relief aid, and self-development in favor of the deprived. It brings support for disadvantaged families by granting them micro-credits for different projects, all without interest.
UNFPA is an international development agency that supports countries in using population data for policies and programs to reduce poverty, and to ensure that every pregnancy is wanted, every young person is free of HIV, and every girl and woman is treated with dignity and respect.
YBC was established in 2003 as a not for profit NGO to bring together young, educated and successful businessmen to advocate for greater economic reform and freedom in Yemen. The YBC is the only alternative organization in Yemen to the traditional chambers of commerce and is consulted by the Yemeni Government regularly.
We are an anti-violence against children everywhere project implemented by Shawthab Foundation supported by Save The Children International Organization in Yemen. The foundation seeks to provide a secure and stable environment for every child and mother on the land of Yemen and to protect them from present and future violence, abuse and risks in accordance with the law and principles of human rights and in the framework of the Yemeni Constitution and the laws in force for the development of pride in themselves and their integration in society and activate their participation in the process of comprehensive development pursued by our country.
The Department of Public Information (DPI) was established in 1946 by General Assembly resolution 13 (1). As the public voice of the United Nations, DPI promotes global awareness and greater understanding of the work of the United Nations, using various communication tools including radio, television, print, the Internet, videoconferencing and increasingly other new information technology.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation has many representations abroad, namely diplomatic missions (embassies and permanent missions) and consular posts. The main mission of Embassies, whose number is 84 around the world, is to maintain Morocco’s relations at the diplomatic and political levels and promote economic, cultural and scientific cooperation with the countries of accreditation.
After the civil war the Lebanese people became victims of a paralyzed country. Not only the railways have stopped functioning but also it history has been left to decay by time. A bunch of Lebanese entrepreneurs gathered on a mission to save the past and build the future of the Lebanese Railways. More than ten years of research and commitment have given credibility and encouraged our team to push forward with our mission.
Jusoor is an NGO of Syrian expatriates supporting the country’s development and helping Syrian youth realize their potential through various programs and initiatives in the fields of Education, Career, and Global Community Engagement.
Sard, Child’s Cultural House is concerned with children’s literature and linking it to visual arts, theater, music and movies. Sards’s diverse divisions work together in a sequential and integrated manner. A short story matures when it turns to a painting, a theatrical script, a short film and other various art forms that contribute to the development of child’s energy positively.
Our ultimate mission is to empower Lebanese citizens - through improving their socioeconomic status, healthcare provisions, and environmental awareness and by encouraging their quest for education - enabling them to independently develop and progress their local communities to subsequently enhance the country’s civil society on a national scale.
Civil Pole Sousse, for development and Human rights de l’homie a Sousse.