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URDA Newsletter

Issue#7 April 2024

Dear Readers, the April Newsletter is here, underscoring our latest humanitarian efforts.
Join us on a journey through the latest initiatives undertaken by URDA focusing on the achievements of the “Healing Hearts” campaign as well as celebrating the
workers and toilers who play a vital role in building and
developing society.

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Issue#6 March 2024

Dear Readers, the March Newsletter is here, underscoring our latest humanitarian efforts.
Join us on a journey through the latest initiatives undertaken by URDA focusing during the month of Ramadan, on the “Healing Hearts” campaign, based on accumulations full of difficult challenges that motivated URDA to work directly on the ground to distribute food parcels, clothes, iftars, etc., to the neediest families. This is to spread the spirit of giving and mercy in this blessed month.

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Issue#5 February 2024

Dear Readers, the February Newsletter is here, underscoring our latest humanitarian efforts.
Join us on a journey through the latest initiatives undertaken by URDA across various sectors. Explore the depths of our efforts and discover the impact we’re making amidst adversity.
To uncover more about URDA’s work, browse through our newsletter here.

Issue#4 January 2024

Lebanon is at the heart of the storm, with the
drums of war beating in the South. To Learn more, click here

Issue#3 December 2023

Urda Responds to the Situation of Displaced
Persons in Southern Lebanon, Meeting the
Basic Winter Needs of Thousands To Learn more, click here

Issue#2 November 2023

URDA’s emergency response teams were deployed this month to the southern villages of Al Hebariyeh, Kafer Shouba and Shebaa’a which have experienced heavy bombardment over the last few weeks. Our interventions have also reached displaced families in Tyr (Sour) which was coordinated with Tyr municipality and other local authorities. Our emergency response teams have also coordinated an elaborate emergency relief effort inside Gaza for over 5 international partners this month, as well as putting plans together for a humanitarian convoy to go into Gaza from the Rafah crossing. Lebanon’s economic chall.   To Learn more, click here

Issue#1 October 2023

Our teams have been significantly
engaged in emergency response, shelter, relief, and Education
sectors over the past few months. In Lebanon, we anticipate a harsh
winter, exacerbated by the
country’s deteriorating
infrastructure and complex political and economic circumstances.   To Learn more, click here

Issue#5 February 2024

Dear Readers, the February Newsletter is here, underscoring our latest humanitarian efforts.
Join us on a journey through the latest initiatives undertaken by URDA across various sectors. Explore the depths of our efforts and discover the impact we’re making amidst adversity.
To uncover more about URDA’s work, browse through our newsletter here.

Issue#4 January 2024

Lebanon is at the heart of the storm, with the
drums of war beating in the South. To Learn more, click here

Issue#3 December 2023

Urda Responds to the Situation of Displaced
Persons in Southern Lebanon, Meeting the
Basic Winter Needs of Thousands To Learn more, click here

Issue#2 November 2023

URDA’s emergency response teams were deployed this month to the southern villages of Al Hebariyeh, Kafer Shouba and Shebaa’a which have experienced heavy bombardment over the last few weeks. Our interventions have also reached displaced families in Tyr (Sour) which was coordinated with Tyr municipality and other local authorities. Our emergency response teams have also coordinated an elaborate emergency relief effort inside Gaza for over 5 international partners this month, as well as putting plans together for a humanitarian convoy to go into Gaza from the Rafah crossing. Lebanon’s economic chall.   To Learn more, click here

Issue#1 October 2023

Our teams have been significantly
engaged in emergency response, shelter, relief, and Education
sectors over the past few months. In Lebanon, we anticipate a harsh
winter, exacerbated by the
country’s deteriorating
infrastructure and complex political and economic circumstances.   To Learn more, click here

Issue #1: June 2021

In 2021, humanity is witnessing the presence of more than 82.4 million refugees around the world, 40% of whom are children. This number is increasing daily due to disasters, wars, and conflicts. However, they are not just numbers to count as they represent 82.4 million human beings, stores, and hopes. Check our newsletter >>

Issue #2: July 2021

The Union of Relief and Development Associations in Lebanon (URDA) concluded its “Giving Hope” campaign for 2021, which aimed to provide sacrificial meat portions to the most deprived Lebanese, Syrian and Palestinian families across Lebanon. Check our newsletter >>

Issue #3: August 2021

Every year on August 19, the international community celebrates World Humanitarian Day in honor of humanitarian workers and in celebration of humanity and the spirit of giving that inspires and motivates people to help those who need assistance, even in difficult and dangerous circumstances, often risking their lives during the mission. Check our newsletter >>

Issue #4: September 2021

September arrives in 2021 carrying along with ramifications and impacts that are ravaging the educational sector in Lebanon on all levels and across different educational institutions. As a result, the educational sector has become like other sectors, experiencing a slow death that is affecting teachers, students, and their parents alike. Check our newsletter >>

Issue #5: October 2021

In October, which marks breast cancer awareness month, URDA’s health care sector provided free mammograms to URDA staff and their families. The service targeted women over 40 years of age at Al Wafaa medical center in Aramoun, Mount Lebanon where it offered them free-of-charge mammograms, which detects tumors in their early stages before symptoms arise. Check our newsletter >>

Issue #6: November 2021

The cold season is almost around the corner, bringing back the same annual fear and concerns for the most vulnerable families who live in dire conditions in homes that lack the basic requirements for adequate housing and in remote areas, waiting to be swept up by heavy snow or floods. Check our newsletter >>

Issue #7: December 2021

As 2021 ends, we recall some hopeful projects that have carried optimistic titles. Although the economic and livelihoods crises under which Lebanon is living have been gradually intensifying, leading to increasing social disasters, URDA in all its humanitarian sectors has been able to offer doses of hope wherever the feet of its field teams tread. Check our newsletter >>

Issue #8: January 2022

During the first month of 2022, URDA provided humanitarian assistance to the most vulnerable groups of people including impoverished and refugee families in various parts of Lebanon. URDA’s winter aid included heating fuel, food parcels, hot meals, winter clothing and related items to impoverished families. Check our newsletter >>

Issue #9 - February 2022

During the second month of 2022, URDA provided humanitarian assistance to the most vulnerable groups of people including impoverished and refugee families in various parts of Lebanon. URDA’s winter aid included heating fuel, food parcels, hot meals, winter clothing and related items to impoverished families. Check our newsletter >>

Issue #10 - March 2022

During the Third month of 2022, URDA provided humanitarian assistance to the most vulnerable groups of people including impoverished and refugee families in various parts of Lebanon. URDA’s winter aid included heating fuel, food parcels, hot meals, winter clothing and related items to impoverished families. Check our newsletter >>

Issue #11 - April 2022

 

More than 200,000 Families Benefit from “Ramadan, Month of Togetherness” Campaign

The Union of Relief and Development Associations URDA has endeavored, since the beginning of the blessed month of Ramadan until the happy Eid al-Fitr, to spread the spirit of togetherness between the beneficiaries of its projects and its local and international partners, through the implementation of a series of Ramadan projects and distinctive initiatives that contribute to the relief of the most vulnerable groups of all Lebanese, Syrian and Palestinian nationalities In various Lebanese regions, starting from Bekaa and Arsal to Akkar, Sidon, Beirut and Mount Lebanon.

The number of families benefiting from all projects reached 207,958 families of different nationalities on all Lebanese territories.

The Ramadan projects for the year 2022 AD / 1443 AH emerged under the title “Ramadan, the month of togetherness”, which was supported by a number of humanitarian donors from around the world. Food rations were provided to suit the needs of families for an entire month, where 66,026 food rations were distributed, in addition to providing almost 29,731 hot meals, as well as a distribution of approximately 167,333 bundles of bread and 5,250 servings of vegetables and other necessities.

URDA emphasizes in all its specialized humanitarian and relief sectors to continue spreading the spirit of togetherness and compassion among the most needy groups in Lebanon throughout the year. Ramadan this year carried the message of intimacy and love that reached the members of the Urda family, including employees, volunteers, donors, beneficiaries and followers.

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Issue #12 - June 2022

Under the slogan “Adha Together”, the Union of Relief and Development Associations (URDA) launches the Eid Al-Adha campaign for
the year 2022 AD / 1443 AH, which seeks to provide sacrificial meat and Eid clothing to those who deserve it from the most vulnerable
families in Lebanon of various Lebanese, Syrian and Palestinian nationalities, starting from Beirut and Mount Lebanon to Sidon Tire and
Shebaa in the south, to the north, the Bekaa and Arsal..

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Issue #13 - July 2022

The campaign “Adha together”
for this season targeted the
most vulnerable families of
Lebanese, Syrian and
Palestinian nationalities in
various Lebanese regions. The
sacrifices for this year included
990 sheep and 282 calves,
which were presented to about
22,680 families in Arsal, Bekaa
and the North, in addition to
Beirut and Mount Lebanon, all
the way to Sidon and Tyre.  To Learn more, click here.

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