Arcenciel is a Lebanese based non-profit NGO, which supports Lebanon’s most underprivileged and marginalized communities, regardless of religion, political affiliation or nationality.
Since its inception in 1985, arcenciel’s mission in Lebanon has been to promote diversity, integration and development through 5 core programs: Agriculture & Environment, Mobility & Health, Responsible Tourism, Youth Empowerment, and Social Support.
S-miles – Special Miles is a specialized inclusive center, founded in January 2011, and includes individuals between 3 and 25 years of age, with and without learning difficulties and mild special needs.
S-miles center offers early detection & intervention for nurseries, academic programs (tutoring & intervention), life skills, consultancy for nurseries, schools and parents, research based extra-curricular activities and individualized therapies, through hands-on multi-sensory experiences.
ShareQ or شارك a Lebanese non-profit organization launched by a group of dedicated young professionals in 2012.
ShareQ is dedicated to innovating sustainable social projects and implementing them in collaboration with different funding institutions, NGOs & Social Enterprises in Lebanon. It is devoted to design innovative solutions and finding ways of responding to market opportunities for socially, physically and financially challenged people all along with working on their mindset readiness so they work and lead a better life.
L’artisan du Liban
L’artisan du Liban was created in 1979 by the non-profit organization, Mouvement Social, whose mission is to work towards a more just and humane world. We work for the social and economic development of local Lebanese artisans by providing sustainable solutions that help support artistry and preserve the cultural traditions of craft. Since our creation, we have supported more than 1000 artisans across the Lebanese territory, mostly in remote rural areas, and saved several crafts from extinction.
CHREEK is a Lebanese NGO founded by passionate and innovative young entrepreneurs and professionals who take sustainability at heart. They are campaigning for a community where human resilience and social impact are celebrated by everyone.
CHREEK is funded by partners and supporters like you. They take pride in constantly being independent of any political ideology, economic interest or religion. No government is beyond scrutiny. No situation is beyond hope.
CHREEK examines and evaluates facts to find solutions for challenges by creating social entrepreneurial projects and leveraging on our resources to support the most socially disabled communities in Lebanon (mainly through women and youth empowerment and socio-professional reintegration). The latter can be achieved through Agricultural, Environmental, Micro Industrial, Touristic, Health Care initiatives and programs.
CHREEK tells the powerful stories of the people they work with, they mobilize partners around the world to drive the development of marginalized individuals and communities. They also empower people to elevate and overcome their vulnerabilities through development, guidance, education and training.
Compost Baladi is a Lebanese social enterprise that enables the recovery of organic waste and its valorization via composting. We achieve this through the sale of compost by establishing partnerships with local community members and expand the impact of our reach through technology, trade, and knowledge transfer.
Fair Trade Lebanon is a non-governmental organization committed to improving the livelihoods of small and medium-sized producers, farmers, and food processing cooperatives living in rural areas. Established in 2006, Fair Trade Lebanon works to promote the richness and diversity of Lebanon’s culinary heritage and enhance the agri-food sector through implementing agricultural development activities, strengthening production and marketing, and improving working conditions of producers and farmers.
Inaash is an NGO founded in 1969 by a group of Lebanese and Palestinian women who foresaw the need to preserve the rich heritage of Palestinian embroidery while providing financial support for Palestinian refugee women in camps across Lebanon.
Since its inception 50 years ago, over 2,000 women benefited from their work with Inaash, both in monetary terms and through a sense of community and cultural continuity. Successive generations have passed their embroidery skills from mother to daughter. Their work with Inaash and the ancillary services it provides have had a positive impact not just on the women but also on their families.
Today, over 400 women in five camps are engaged in embroidering Inaash’s high-end products, which include abayas, shawls, jackets, clutch bags, cushions, and fashion and accessory items. Together Inaash and its embroiderers have established a reputation for exquisite artisanal collectibles.
As well as creating its own designs based on its extensive archive of authentic Palestinian motifs and patterns, the Inaash team works in collaboration with local and international artists and designers to complement its own innovative range. These products are exhibited locally and internationally throughout the Gulf (Abu Dhabi, Bahrain, Dubai, Kuwait, KSA), in Europe (including London and Paris) and in the United States.
Triple E mission is to increase the public awareness in order of solving the problem caused by the residential waste water and to reach the time where this type of water is in treated by plants at the national and international level. What will decrease as well the pollution and related diseases, the hydraulic stress as well as creating new job opportunities and activating the economical chain.
Our objective reaching the targeted public, by offering the most technological treatment stations at the lowest prices, solving the needs for water and sanitation and therefore improving their life style.
Solidarity for Sustainability
Solidarity for Sustainability is a local Lebanese NGO established in 2014
Our mission: Be the primary support and platform for youth and women that improve their lives through orientations and training to be able to be active citizens in society.
Empowering women and youth through increasing awareness among Lebanese citizens for cultural change and creating sustainable solutions over education and employment.