Mouvement Social

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11/01/2019 - 3:59pm

Commitment: non-confessional, non-partisan and non-charitable organization. Mouvement Social has centers widely spread all over the Lebanese territory close to the most disadvantaged people.
At the service of: the Human Being… All the Human Being… and every Human Being… is at the forefront of the organization’s priorities. It aims to build a fair and humane society, to improve the citizenship and autonomy of the underprivileged through socio-economic development projects and to implicate Lebanese youths in the development and improvement of their society. Mouvement Social works to build social support networks as well as empower individuals to engage in the wider community. MSL does not simply intervene on behalf of its beneficiaries to improve their access to their rights; it mainly works to increase societal awareness of social issues and lobbies decision makers (lawmakers) to promote policies that take into consideration the basic rights and needs of the underprivileged. 
Partners: Mouvement Social works hand in hand with other associations, municipalities and the private sector in a synergistic fashion, which allows each organization to take advantage of its comparative strengths in developing a fair and humane society.
Values we share:

MSL is a secular organization: It provides equal treatment and services regardless of religion
MSL strives for the development of each individual as a whole in parallel to that of the community
MSL is non-violent: adopted as means of effecting change
MSL acts without discrimination
MSL is a non-political organization: It applies a democratic process that is open to cooperation with all parties on specific projects
MSL believes in proper scientific and methodical planning to prevent rather than cure
MSL promotes group effort and cooperative work amongst all involved in any particular project
MSL promotes decentralization of work and responsibilities
MSL promotes voluntarism
MSL actively supports the public sector, in a non partisan fashion, for the common good
MSL strives to remain constantly active in order to effect positive change.

Organisation Type: 
Local Civil Society Organisation
Founding Year: 
Country of Origin: 
Intervention Sector(s): 
Advocacy & Awareness
Children & Youth
Contact person's position: 
Communication Officer
Contact person's email: 
Contact person's phone number: 
185 Badaro Street
Beirut , Beirut
Phone: +9611383718
Fax: +9611387736
Beirut LB
185 Badaro Street
Contact person's name: 
Dona Mourad



Renovation works at the Mouvement Social center in Sin El Fil, 1rst floor

Wednesday, 2 October 2019

The service of an external consultant is required to develop a database tailored on the project’s needs to facilitate monitoring and reporting. The consultant will in cooperation with the team suggest the best tool for develop the database and train the team according to the role of each team member. FULL TOR ATTACHED.

Saturday, 10 August 2019


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The Educator is needed to achieve duties during a period of three months (ONLY) for Qudra project that seeks to improve social stability between communities in Lebanon through a comprehensive and local approach of protection for children and adults. To do so, activities will revolve around four pillars: (i) support to the Ministry of Social Affairs (MoSA), (ii) focus on child protection activities, (iii) protection activities and (iv) dissemination of information. The areas of implementation are designated in Ansar and Dweir SDCs.

Monday, 2 December 2019

The Basic Literacy and Numeracy Educator (BLN Educator) will be delivering mainly Arabic language classes. The BLN program targets out of school children aged between 10-14 years. The objective of BLN is to enable children to acquire minimum knowledge in Arabic, English and mathematics in order to enter formal education or vocational education. Educators are engaged in the team in learnings but also in follow up and aim at providing a safe, secure, stimulating environment to enable children positive development.

Friday, 22 November 2019



These clubs offer alternative education to children aged between 11 & 14 years old and who dropped out of school or never had the chance to attend it.


This project offers educational & social support as well as counseling for children aged between 7 and 18 years old.