Youth Commission Unit

Volunteering Program

The Youth Commission works on the youth’s aspirations and interests in leaving an impact on society, becoming social agents, and developing their soft and hard skills through:
1. Create volunteer opportunities for the LOYAC community.
2. Create initiatives and activities that promote bonding with our country, land, and community.
3. Organize and execute LOYAC events and activities.
4. Developing LOYAC programs and projects through organization, planning and participation.

Literacy Program

LOYAC x KAYANI Literacy Program seeks to tutor underprivileged Palestinian women and children. The program is being implemented in Mar Elias Refugee Camp. LOYAC volunteers follow a suitable curriculum consisting of the bases of reading and writing in English. The pilot phase was kicked-off in the first week of September for 2 target groups, the first composed of the children of the camp and the other consisting of the women of the camp; each group included 10 beneficiaries. The Pilot phase concluded with 8 sessions being done in September consisting of 2 sessions per week. Later in mid-October, the second phase was initiated with a single target group consisting of 15 kids after the needed edits were done to the curriculum and the lesson plans. The second phase of the program is estimated to conclude in the first week of December where new beneficiaries will be targeted and the program will stay ongoing.

Plantation Program

LOYAC x APN: A sustainable plantation program focused on reforestation, community engagement, and ecological restoration. It aims to establish diverse plantations, uplift rural communities, and combat environmental degradation while promoting long-term sustainability.

Health Team Unit

Medical Donations Campaign Program

Through an extensive collaboration with LOYAC Kuwait, we were able to gather medical donations, namely medications from generous donors. Upon arrival, these medications were matched with the needs of LOYAC community members, and were disctrubted accordingly. The majority of the beneficiares were part of teh Rise-Up Beirut campaigns.

Breast Cancer Awarness campaign

Two workshops were delivered for beneficiaries residing in Beirut or in MobArt to women whose ages were above 35, to educate them about Breats Cancer risk factors, its prevention, and methods they can use for early detection. Women of MobArt also received a calender where they can record any symptoms or changes in their breast. Moroever, educational videos about the same topic were recorded and posted on the LOYAC Lebanon Instargram page to reach a broader audience.

Anger Managment Workshop

The workshop was done in a 90 minutes session divided into an ice breaker session, introduction, 2 activities, and closing/feedback.

SGBV Workshop

The workshop was done through a presentation takling Sexual and Gender-Based Violence (SGBV) and was delivered by one of the LHT core members to the volunteers of LOYAC Lebanon, mainly those volunteering with LHT.

Stress Management Workshop

The workshop was given by LOYAC volunteers under the supervision of the core members of the health team. The workshop was divided into an ice breaker session, introduction, 3 activities .

Pharmasafety 101 Workshop

The workshop was given by LOYAC volunteers under the supervision of the core members of the health team. It took the form of an interactive discussion between LHT memebers and the audiecne

CARE Clinic Medical Consultations Service

Beneficiaries were chosen from our database based on their physical health needs, with the most critical cases receiving free medical consulations and medical tests from CARE clinic and associated entities at AUBMC. 8 patients in total received help.

MobArt Unit

A camp in Bekaa for Syrian Refugees and vulnerable Lebanese in the area. Includes more than 80 families.
Main activities:
1. School (English, Math, Human Rights, Drama, Drawing)
2. Winter Camp
3. Summer Camp
4. Fuel Distribution
5. Adha Meat Distribution
6. Ramadan Food Distribution

RiseUp Beirut Unit

A campaign that was directly launched as a result of Beirut’s Blast.
It covered (Construction of 200+ homes, Medication, Psychosocial support gatherings, Christmas gatherings)

Kheir Everywhere Unit

A brand where fashion designers draw designs and women in rural areas executes it. It is a program that leads to empower women everywhere in Lebanon through fashion industry with handmade and cultural work like emroidery.