Development For People And Nature Association

Last modified: 
11/01/2019 - 3:59pm

Development for People and Nature Association (DPNA) is a nongovernmental, secular association that works through a wide range of networks of civil society organizations (CSOs) to meet the needs of the local community on the basis of sustainable development. DPNA was established in 2003 and now has 32 full- and part-time staff members as well as 500 volunteers supporting DPNA to accomplish its vision and mission.
Our mission is to make positive change through interaction and participation of people on a local and a regional level.

Acronym: 
DPNA
Organisation Type: 
Local Civil Society Organisation
Founding Year: 
2003
Country of Origin: 
LB
Intervention Sector(s): 
Democracy & Civic rights
Development
Environment
Human Rights & Protection
Relief Services
Contact person's position: 
Program Manager
Contact person's email: 
Contact person's phone number: 
N/A
Address: 
Corniche el Baher
Saida
Lebanon
Phone: +9617727005
Fax: +9617727005
LB
City: 
Saida
Street: 
Corniche el Baher
Phone: 
+9617727005
Website: 
Email: 
dpna@dpna-lb.org
Fax: 
+9617727005
Contact person's name: 
Rami Shamma
Partnerships: 
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DPNA registration 123/AD and since its establishment in 2003 and has been working on the basis of sustainable development. Currently DPNA has 38 employees and 800 volunteers supporting in achieving its mission and vision across Lebanon. Throughout its years of experience, DPNA developed a strong relationship with the local community, local authorities and municipalities. DPNA’s main office is located in Saida.
DPNA works on three main pillars:
1. Socio economic development
2. Governance
3. Providing services for Human dignity (emergency relief, wash

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The work on this program was initiated in mid 2004, and will be carried through till the year 2010, date of the next municipal elections, based on the following:

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