|The association plans
to help another population the one close to the demarcation line. Investigation
- No infrastructure, house
damaged by shelling.
- No shelter, no electricity,
no water, no telephone.
- An unhealthy promiscuity
man, women, children, old and sick people share the same place feeling
- No human assistance.
- The dislodged people
were occupying skeleton of buildings close to the demarcation line.
Always with the help of World
Vision the" Voice of the Lebanese Women" rents a ground floor in
a deserted school in Ain-el-Remmaneh to receive the families, comfort
them and give them the first necessities.
- The center is entrusted to a
social assistant and becomes the haven of the area. People meet
and have different activities.
- A nursery for children from
2 to 4 years, priority is given to the women who work.
- Courses of professional sewing,
broidery, painting on fabrics, typing, to the widows and young girls
so they can learn a job and have small revenue.
- Courses of French and English
for student because of the irregularity of school programs.
- Summer camps in quiet villages
for 250 children, so they can see the sun and enjoy the fresh air.
Around 330 children obtained a sponsorship from overseas. Since
1990 more than 700 children are sponsored by Belgian donators and
During the summer camp, we realized how much the children trauma
The first night a child wanted to sleep in the cupboard afraid of
the sniper. At the end of the summer camp, the children hided in
the trees, not wanting to return to "hell".
The center gives adequate help, like medicine or milk for children
or sometimes even a small monthly installment to help them survive.
The YMCA and World Vision helped us cover
the expenses of the summer camp and the activities of our 2 centers.