Salam LADC

Overview

Salam LADC was founded by Joseph Matta in South Lebanon, as a response to the war in Lebanon that took place in July 2006. The main focus of the organisation was on strengthening the dialogue between displaced people and their host communities. Over the years the focus has been to provide projects that enable sustainability and tools for the local community. Youth teams, emergency response teams and environmental teams have been created and trained in a multitude of municipalities across the country. The aim being to foster a sense of ownership amongst communities over their shared development, while providing the tools and expertise needed to make it work and be truly sustainable. In 2009 Salam LADC was officially registered in the Ministry of Interiors as a non-profit association.

Salam LADC supports vulnerable populations in Lebanon through providing direct aid and facilitating the efforts and initiatives of independent volunteers and organizations. They provide a platform for international volunteers, grassroots initiatives, and private and institutional donors to coordinate their efforts towards assisting and empowering refugee and other vulnerable populations across Lebanon, whilst also serving as a link to the major local and international actors.


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