Protective face masks production by youth from Beb El Tebbeneh and Jabal Mohsen The world has been struck by the COVID-19 pandemic leading countless people to suffer on different levels whether it be financially, physically or even emotionally. However, the communities most impacted by this crisis are those whose socioeconomic vulnerabilities had already alienated them […]
. An estimated 27,000 people born of Lebanese fathers are stateless in Lebanon because their births were not registered. This number is expected to double by the year 2035. . . . In partnership with MARCH’s work with the communities of Beb El Tabbaneh and Jabal Mohsen has exposed us to a pool of socio-economic […]
Hand in Hand for a better Lebanon As part of its numerous collaborations with the Lebanese Army to improve social cohesion and promote mutual respect and understanding between communities and the Army, MARCH launched a new partnership on June 29th: building a military training base for Tripoli’s 12th infantry brigade from the ground up. The […]
Institutional resilience is a quintessential pillar of the country’s stability and development. Forging a strong governmental infrastructure ensures the proper mechanisms to provide citizens with the necessary support and services they require to have access to a good quality of life. However, the absence of proper governance apparatus generates large socioeconomic disparities that eventually compromise […]
Our work with the communities of Beb El Tabbaneh and Jabal Mohsen through the Beb El Dahab rehabilitation and reintegration program has been an important pillar of our other initiatives. MARCH realized that providing the youth with a holistic set of marketable skills would enable them to access better opportunities and shift the trajectory of […]
Mapping and Understanding Statelessness in Tripoli. “This report provides an analysis of statelessness among people of Lebanese decent in the northern Lebanese city of Tripoli. It starts with an overview of the local context, then introduces statelessness as a global concept along with the relevant international conventions and best practices to solving it around the […]
OLJ / Par Nada MERHI, le 31 janvier 2019 à 00h00 La jeune femme a représenté le Liban à une réunion du Conseil de sécurité des Nations unies sur les femmes, la paix et la sécurité coorganisée par l’Allemagne, le Pérou et la Grande-Bretagne. Léa Baroudi, directrice de l’ONG March Lebanon, qui axe son action sur […]
Inform yourself on the legislative landscape that dictates the Lebanese censorship system. Find out more about MARCH’s recommendations on how to move towards laws that protect freedom of expression.