Advocacy

Thursday 2 November 2017

My Voice Matters Too

The Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs and Save the Children bring children and decision-makers together in “My Voice Matters Too” national event

The Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs and Save the Children have organised “My Voice Matters Too” seminar in Beirut on 31 October 2017.

Wednesday 19 July 2017

READY FOR TOMORROW: Save the Children Lebanon’s Annual Report 2016

Save the Children’s Annual Report for 2016 shows that the organisation has reached 366,000 people, including 225,000 children over the past year.

Monday 11 July 2016

Children speak, the world listens

They have voices, but are they being heard?

This is the question that represents the essence of Save the Children’s Child Rights Governance programme, to translate children’s words into demands, their rights into duties and whims into realities.

Monday 27 April 2015

Young Lebanese girls land an internship through Save the Children

Reem, 19, and Hanan, 22, both live in the same neighborhood but due to their introverted and shy nature, their relationship was limited to the casual greeting when they ran into each other. They both participated in Save the Children’s youth training programme and had been offered an internship in their village’s municipality. The programme, made possible by the Bureau of People, Refugees and Migration (BPRM) not only facilitated the young girls’ first steps into their careers, but also created a very strong friendship between them.

Friday 20 March 2015

Our Superhero Mohamad upholds education despite hard circumstances

As soon as one meets Mohamad, they cannot avoid noticing his funky and cool haircut and the lines drawn by his barber’s shaver on the sides of his head and on his eyebrow. A couple of years ago, before his arrival to Lebanon, Mohamad was a different boy. In Aleppo where he lived before finding refuge in Beirut, 13 year-old Mohamad was the smartest student in his class.

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