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Care for and empower the poor and oppressed irrespective of race, religion, gender or political affiliation


Relief and Development programs focusing on Protection, Health and Child Development.


Tabitha makes a difference in peoples lives. Read the impact stories.

Tabitha for Relief and Development

Tabitha is a local Lebanese civil society actor, registered with the Ministry of Interior in Beirut since 2016. Tabitha is implementing a community-based protection program as well as projects with gender or child-focus in Beirut, Mt. Lebanon, and in Batroun, North governorates. Tabitha is an active part of the local NGO coordination mechanism and coordinates within the UN-led coordination mechanism at governorate and national levels.

Community Centers in Aley- and Batroun Districts

Tabitha has set up two community centers where vulnerable refugees and host community members can come together. Through these platforms Tabitha provides a safe, caring and supportive environment for the community around it, offers protection services, emergency assistance for overly vulnerable families and provides life skills development activities in order to strengthen participant’s economic skills.
Tabitha uses the social work methodology that encourages refugee and host community members to engage with each other. Social workers engage with each beneficiary that approaches the center and prioritize needs, activate positive coping mechanisms and plan their stay in Lebanon. The methodology helps greatly in building trust.

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Tabitha is always present for its community, especially during the activities planned for each event in the several community centers: Batroun, Aley, Achrafieh.

Batroun Community Center – November 2018

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Aley Community Center – November 2018

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Mary’s Meals Healthy feeding program in Lebanon

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In our community center we address the basic needs of more than 5,000 vulnerable women, children and men in Aley district.

On a daily basis, we are providing healthy food to 1,500 vulnerable children from the Lebanese and Syrian communities.

We strengthen the communities and give psychosocial support to more than 3,000 children affected by the Syrian crisis.