We are twenty-six
years old active as fourteen & mature as forty,
that made the difference in our scope of work, which
widened to embrace national issues. We will always
be active in the welfare domain but the emphasis will
be on the problems in social & human infrastructure.
Most pending are:
problems we have plans conforming with reality &
programs to change it gradually.
Since last February we were working with Amideast on a
program to promote awareness. The target was achieved
given the deep impact the play on the spectators.
Accountability, the missing factor in our national
performance, was presented in the context: If practiced
it would resurrect our political life.
Our current engagement is
“Women Empowerment” to make up for the historical
injustice endured by Lebanese women. A convention will
be held in April to initiate the program, which
comprises of three steps:
Advocating a political quota for women
Women Voters: We will campaign through the media &
try to involve it as a partner.
We will depend on intensive field- work to get in
contact with simple as well as educated women. We will
discuss in meetings, seminars & home visits the
importance of making the right choice. There will be
explanation about the criteria for the right choice &
the personal evaluation, to replace the common choice
dictated by male members of the family.
For Women Candidates:
We will organize their electoral campaigns to give them
a moral & physical push they’ll certainly need to be
able to face the financial torrents & domineering
For political quota:
We will address the Governmental & Non-Governmental
Organizations achieve this aim which will train people’s
minds to the fact that women can be as capable &
efficient as men.
“Society of Lebanon the Giver, decree no. 157/AD” is a
non-profit organization established in 1983 to deal with
social problems. Its main concern is development and
help, which varies from educational, cultural to social
awareness. It is an income generating society and our
policy is the creation of projects that will result in
financial returns, thereby availing funds for assisting
the needy and creating job opportunities. We worked in
the following fields: Education, Training, Marketing,
Health and Institutionalization.
Members: 735 distributed in 17 branches in cities, towns
and villages of Mount Lebanon.