The visually impaired persons represent 8% of the disabled population in Lebanon. Their situation is difficult because most of their rights are still not respected.Read More »
Fight Against Hunger
EQUAL strives to help the forgotten and vulnerable persons who are unable to eat sufficient food and meet basic nutritional needs while ensuring them a dignified life..Read More »
With the emerging crisis in Lebanon and the surrounding countries, more and more persons are in dire need for help. Very often, the families have only one bread earner and he does not necessarily have a full-time job.Read More »
A high percentage of children in Lebanon experience violence such as physical and emotional abuse, sexual abuse, child labor as well as corporal punishment in houses or at schools in addition to neglect or deliberate deprivation.Read More »
EQUAL intervenes to provide helps to people with limited or forgotten human rights regardless of their nationality, place of residence, sex, national or ethnic origin, color, religion, language, or any other status.Read More »
EQUAL has been collecting carton boxes and papers in order to reduce the waste but also enhance an awareness campaign sensitizing the population on the importance of recycling and being engaged in this action.Read More »
WHAT OUR PARTNERS ARE SAYING
« Be the change you want to see in the world » – Mohandas Gandhi
I always wanted to help others, be like my mom, give everything I have so that someone else’s life would be better. Make a person’s life happier by giving a little bit of my time.
We experienced hard work, perseverance, laughter and even sadness to make this a memorable week for those innocent children to which life didn’t give a chance. I tried to help, as much as I could, providing fun and love adding my personal touch to make every moment special.
I was expecting misery, sadness and all its friends, and got joy, happiness and excitement instead. As we got there, a smile appeared on the kids’ faces, as they knew that we arrived to entertain them, and free them from their everyday routine and boredom.
Equal gives young people a new perspective towards life. All the human and spiritual values they receive, all the experiences within their community are like a treasures in their hearts which nobody could ever take away.