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The Popular Aid for Relief and Development (PARD) is an independent grassroots organization working on gender equality and women's empowerment, youth empowerment, environmental health, and relief for people in distress among Palestinian and Lebanese communities and refugees from Syria.

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Karantina, Beirut, Lebanon

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Monday - Friday 08:00 - 16:00

Saturday and Sunday - CLOSED

+961 01 855 716

pard@pard-lb.org

Karantina

Beirut, Lebanon

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Women Empowerment

Gender equality and community empowerment

PARD focuses on the empowerment of women through establishing women committees in the gatherings, and through conducting training on empowerment sessions that includes definition of empowerment, women’s rights and gender justice, gender-based violence, community mapping, needs assessments, planning of campaigns, conflict resolution skills, specifying stakeholders, community lobbying, group work, human rights, writing minutes meetings and annual plans.
Numbers: 182 Training on women empowerment sessions took place for a total of 231 women in the committees in all of Palestinian gatherings

20 women committees

Shabriha(South and North) 2
Jal al Bahar(two quarters) 2
Al Samer 1
Maashouk 1
Qasmiyeh(upper and lower) 2
Kfar Badda 1
Jim Jeem 1
Wasta 1
Aitaniyeh 1
Sikkeh(three quarters) 3
Said Ghawash 1
Gaza Buildings 1
Wadi El Zeineh 1
Burguliyeh 2

231 members

Shabriha(South and North) 20
Jal al Bahar(two quarters) 22
Al Samer 4
Maashouk 15
Qasmiyeh(upper and lower) 22
Kfar Badda 10
Jim Jeem 9
Wasta 8
Aitaniyeh 1
Sikkeh(three quarters) 45
Said Ghawash 15
Gaza Buildings 9
Wadi El Zeineh 16
Burguliyeh 25
Women Committees

20 Committees in Beirut and South Lebanon

Benefitiries

231 women in the committees in all of Palestinian gatherings

Trainings

182 Training on women empowerment

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The Popular Aid for Relief and Development (PARD) is an independent grassroots organization working on gender equality and women's empowerment, youth empowerment, environmental health, and relief for people in distress among Palestinian and Lebanese communities and refugees from Syria.

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