Relief Project for Refugee Families from Syria
PARD has been actively involved in the relief operation for the refugee families from Syria since July 2012.
Health Education for Syrian Refugees
PARD delivered health education lectures to the refugees (Women, Youth and Children) residing in the gatherings of the South and Beirut during the year 2013
Kindergarten for Refugee children from Syria
Refugee children from Syria of school age (6 years and up) joined either UNRWA schools (PRS) or public Lebanese schools (Syrian). Moreover, some NGOs took in some of the refugee children (aged from 4 to 6 years), but many of them were not accommodated.
Gender Equality and Women Empowerment
This program targets 24 Palestinian gatherings in Beirut, Saida and Tyre areas benefiting 6096 families (33,019 people).
First Aid Project
As a result, 214 youth (138 males, 76 females), 28 women and 13 children received Basic First aid training during 2011
MOTHER AND CHILD HEALTH CARE PROGRAM
In July 2005 approximately 1500 people met at the Second People’s Health Assembly in Cuenca, Ecuador to analyze global health problems and to develop strategies to promote health for all
PARD’s 6 clinics are run by a staff consisting of one coordinator, 19 specialized doctors, 3 midwives, 3 nurses, 2 secretaries, 1 driver and 3 cleaning ladies.
In the South, an average of 15 youth (8 females and 7 males) benefited from a course on how to become active animators for children activities.