"Our" Forum brought together the workforce of 33 entities in four community sectors that work towards developing the talents and capabilities of children and youth, elevating the community, offering family counselling and creating a secure environment that supports women...
Five refugee speakers hailing from different conflict zones took to the panel dais with ‘Inspiring Stories,’ shouldering the onerous responsibility of conveying the plight of their own displaced communities.
Sheikha Jawaher said: "Time is of the essence, and a lot can be done in the context of prevention and blocking the path of the virus’ spread through rapid and effective response especially in crowded and ill-equipped refugee settlements."
TBHF’s projects support vital sectors including education, healthcare, humanitarian aid and emergency relief, as well as protection and livelihood.
The award targets local humanitarian organisations in Asia and Africa who have offered outstanding services to refugees and forcibly displaced people, which have had a positive and sustainable impact on their lives, in general, and on their ability to access food, healthcare and education, in particular.
The emergency and trauma (ERT) unit of the Saint George Hospital University Medical Centre (SGHUMC) in Beirut will be named after The Big Heart Foundtion.
Project launched in collaboration with Rawafed Development and Learning Centre bridges educational gaps and enhances employment opportunities for the underprivileged.
Sheikh Sultan Bin Ahmed inspected the workflow of the medical clinic in Kakuma camp, which was established by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees and whose operating costs were funded by the Big Heart Foundation.