LEAD NGOs
LiBeirut is a campaign conceived and led by three Lebanon-based NGOs.
CÉNACLE DE LA LUMIÈRE

Founded in 2006, Cénacle De La Lumière – CDLL is a leading non-governmental organization in Lebanon in the field of development and prevention for youth and society, as well as rehabilitation for people suffering from drug and alcohol addiction and co-occurring mental health disorders.

A member of the European Federation of Therapeutic Communities (EFTC) and of the National Mental Health and Psychosocial support task force, CDLL is committed to helping local communities become more resilient, prosperous, and cohesive.

CDLL is Together LiBeirut’s Mental Health Response Leading Partner.

LEBANON NEEDS

Lebanon Needs is a non-profit organization dedicated to creating and delivering sustainable healthcare solutions for impoverished patients and underserved healthcare institutions in Lebanon. Lebanon Needs is based on a holistic healthcare approach that tackles the social determinants of health: healthcare, housing, and food.

Lebanon Needs is Together LiBeirut’s Healthcare Response Leading Partner.

THE HOUSE OF CHRISTMAS

The House of Christmas (HOC) is a non-governmental organization founded in 2017 to assist families and individuals in distress across Lebanon. HOC stands for the ‘House’ as a place of shelter, a basic right for every human being and a symbol of strong foundations in life. HOC helps people regain their dignity, achieve their purpose, and build sustainable lives.

HOC is Together LiBeirut’s Housing and Livelihood Response Leading Partner.

LIBEIRUT HERITAGE TASK FORCE

Together LiBeirut has gathered a task force of architects, engineers, and legal experts for the renovation, preservation, and protection of heritage buildings. The task force aims at intervening on two levels: rehabilitating heritage building with critical damages and protecting the rights of the tenancies threatened by eviction. The task force works closely with mandated organizations and bodies at the national and international level including: The Directorate General of Antiquities, APSAD, and ICOMOS (Part of UNESCO).

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