On 4 August 2020, the Lebanese Republic suffered one of the worst disasters in history. An explosion in the port located in the centre of Beirut destroyed a part of the capital, resulting in dozens of deaths, hundreds of injured and missing people.
The material damage affected more than 300,000 homes. This plunges the population into an emergency situation, compounded by the pre-existing economic crisis in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Litani Cultural Centre, located in a central district of the capital, also suffered the consequences of the explosion. The Centre plays an important role in the promotion and empowerment of women in the Middle East.
After 23 years of work and service to the population, it is now in need of an unpredictable refurbishment.
In order to continue our work and be a support in this critical moment, we need the generosity of many people.
If you think you can be part of this change, we can propose some initiatives to collaborate economically.
If you have more suggestions, please contact us!
On behalf of our people, thank you very much!
Initiatives and ways to help ⇓