Providing a Safe Space for Youth in Lebanon

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The Makani Project, implemented by Anera with the support of UNICEF, serves as a safe and inclusive space catering to individuals of all ages. It offers essential services such as capacity and skill-building initiatives, child protection and education support, and health awareness programs. Specifically designed to foster the holistic development of children, the project prioritizes their physical, social, and emotional well-being.

Participants, including children and mothers, engage in various programs covering topics such as nutrition, health, water safety, personal and public hygiene, as well as sessions addressing child health, psychological development, and breastfeeding. By promoting healthy behaviors and habits within families, the Makani Project plays a crucial role in enhancing the overall welfare of beneficiaries, irrespective of nationality or gender.

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