About Daleel Madani

Daleel Madani, the civil society network.

Daleel Madani is the most visited online portal and most exhaustive reference on civil society.

Daleel Madani provides a space for collaboration between civil and civic initiatives and aims to strengthen civil society cooperation, thus limiting duplication of work, and enhancing the sector. It also promotes accessible information about civil society, in a belief in the right to information and in the importance of transparent civil society work. 

Launched in Lebanon, during the July 2006 war, Daleel Madani has, since 2020, expanded its features, functionalities, and geographic coverage. 
Daleel Madani is the most regularly updated and used site by civil society organisations in Lebanon since 2006, and gathers over 1 million pageviews per month from users around the world.

Through Daleel Madani, member civil society actors can register and benefit from a variety of services, such as posting resources, projects, call for proposals, events, press releases, and job vacancies. Daleel Madani currently has a directory of more than 1,300 civil society actors, including collectives, national civil society organisations, international NGOs, UN agencies, donor organisations, and private sector firms working towards the public good.

If you are part of an organisation that wishes to register, you can do so here.

As for individual users, by visiting the Daleel Madani website, they can stay informed about civil society and public action, as well as search for suitable opportunities in which they can, in turn, benefit society.
In addition, individuals experts can sign up to the Experts Roster, and make their expertise available for civil society actors, provided they receive 3 endorsements from actors registered on Daleel Madani. The Experts Roster is an online directory of identified and verified experts, tailored to facilitate civil society actors’ search for relevant and suitable talents with specific skill sets. Read more here.

Daleel Madani is a programme by Lebanon Support.

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