"I am now convinced that the simplest approach will prove to be the most effective - the solution to poverty is to abolish it directly by a now widely discussed measure: the guaranteed income". Martin Luther King
Our three main programs were created to support our mission to provide shelter, food security, and economic opportunities to under-privileged Lebanese communities, supporting them to become self-sufficient and resilient.
The dire economic situation in Lebanon combined with the ongoing pandemic continue to negatively impact families across the country, resulting in breadwinners being unable to work or losing their jobs. Act for Lebanon’s initiative “Adopt-A-Family” aims to help families in need get back on their feet during these unprecedented times. They have partnered with Nusaned to identify these struggling families and provide them with the financial assistance needed for food, rent, utilities, medication, and/or schooling.
Fundraising for this initiative will be based on the support of generous donors all over the world in sponsoring a family in Lebanon. The goal is to secure payments of at least $50 (fresh USD) per family per month for a period of at least 1 year.
Be a part of this essential program and adopt a family today by making a one-time donation or a monthly donation. No amount is too small to transform the lives of those in need!
*Act for Lebanon is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization established in the US. Your donation will be tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.
“I just want to play.”
With all the ongoing crisis we want to reach even the smallest in need, our children!
At Nusaned, we want to give the children a voice in urban development processes and bring safe public spaces to children who do not have the means to get themselves to public spaces. By taking away one car parking spot and replacing it with an area where children can play outdoors with no fear of traffic, we help the community and provide more urgently needed quality urban space. The ParticiPLAY project started out as a group project at Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden by Barne Haferkamp, Marie Middendorf, Karl Sandman and Amitis Fouladi and has been developing as a pilot project with Nusaned for a greater purpose for children in Lebanon ever since.