Empowering Lebanon’s Youth: Making a Difference through Volunteerism

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Youth volunteering in Lebanon plays a pivotal role in fostering community cohesion and addressing pressing social challenges. By engaging in volunteer work, young people not only contribute to the betterment of their communities but also develop invaluable skills and gain new experiences. Whether it’s organizing relief efforts, conducting educational workshops, or participating in environmental initiatives, youth volunteers make a tangible difference while honing their leadership, communication, and teamwork abilities.

Recognizing the transformative impact of youth engagement, Anera hosts events across #Lebanon to recruit volunteers for community projects and promote grassroots organizing as part of our Nahno Volunteers project. These initiatives empower young people to be catalysts for positive change, driving forward the vision of a more resilient and inclusive society.

This project is funded by UNICEF.

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