Thank you to Donors
 
Thursday, 27 July 2006
The Civil Campaign for Relief would like to express its deepest gratitude to all who have contributed humanitarian aid to our relief effort, especially:
   
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
United Nations Higher Commission for Relief (UNHCR)
Inter SOS (Italy)
The Norwegian People's Aid (NPA)
ROYAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCE INTERNATIONAL TRUST (RASIT)
Comite International de la Croix-Rouge (CICR)
Global Witness (UK)
Indevco Foundation (Lebanon)
Ana Al-Mouwaten (Lebanon)
Rotarcat baabda donation (Lebanon)
International College (IC- Lebanon)
BIFNO Berlin Initiative for peace in the middle east (Germany)
Un Ponte per... ( Non Govermmental Organisation for International Solidarity-Italy)
Arab British Chamber of Commerce (UK)
           
Aramex
Casper & Gambini's
Hawa Chicken
Bread Republic
SGBL (Societe Generale de Banque au Liban)
            
All individuals:
Mrs. Youmna Safadi (Lebanon)
Mr. Elie Salloum (Abu Dahbi)
Mr. Fahd El-Isaa (KSA)
Ms. Assma Abboud (Lebanon)
Mr. Seif Hashil Al-Masrci (Oman)
Mr. Ramzi Abu Khadra (Bahrin)
Mr. Nadim Nakfour (Lebanon)
Mr. Halim Fayad (Lebanon)
Mrs. and Mr. Hanan and Akram Saaab (Lebanon)
Mrs.Mirna Wajih Malki (Lebanon)
Mrs. Suhair Khanji (Lebanon)
Mr. Khodr Mikkawi (Lebanon)
Mrs. Nadia Mekdashi Baydoun (Lebanon)
Mr. Joseph Hall (Lebanon-USA)
Mrs. Rola Abed El-Latif
Ms. Maria Mercedes Garcia Rodrigue (USA)
Ms. R. Wanes (UK)
Mr. Farid Fakherddine (Lebanon)
Dr. Nisreen Al-Hachemi (UK-Iraq)
Mr. Fady Bustros (Lebanon)
Mr. George Dabaghi (Lebanon)
Mr. Gabreil Massoud (Lebanon)
Dr. Walid El-Khoury (Lebanon)
Mr. Karim Idriss (Lebanon)
Ms. Sarah Trad (Lebanon)
Mr. Ziad Abdul Samad (Lebanon)
Mr. Michele Maigrot
Ms. Abla Safir
Mr. Aldo Gebriele
Mrs. Etel Adnan
Ms. Francesca Binda (Canada)
Mrs. Sandrine Grenier (Belgium)
Ms. Celkine Borello
Mr. Noel Abou Hamad (Lebanon)
Ms. Eva Dingel (Germany)
Ms. Dalia Hamdan (Lebanon)
Mr. Farid Salem (Lebanon)
Mr. Maroun Rached (Lebanon)
Mr. Georges Bachir (Lebanon)
 
We also thank everyone for their continuous help and support.
Last Updated ( Saturday, 19 August 2006 )
 
Civil Campaign for Relief (CCR)
Written by Web Master   
Tuesday, 25 July 2006

 

After a succession of attacks and military aggressions on Lebanese civilians, and the huge number of refugees who have fled to Beirut, North Lebanon, and Mount Lebanon, Some Lebanese civil society groups went into action in aid of the refugees, especially since many of the refugees face a serious shortage of basic life necessities such as water, food, materials for babies and children, medicine, detergent and other needs.

 

 

The Lebanese Association for Democratic Elections (LADE), The Lebanese Transparency Association (LTA),  The Lebanese Centre for Policy Studies (LCPS), and SOLIDA, BASSMA and 05 AMAM have launched the Civil Campaign for Relief (CCR), .  The campaign is a civil society-led initiative to support and provide immediate assistance to refugees and displaced from South Lebanon and the southern suburbs of Beirut.  The 6 organizations decided to form this campaign because of the inability of  relief organizations in Lebanon to cope with a humanitarian crisis of these proportions, with over 500,000 displaced persons. Although our organizations do not have a previous history in organizing relief efforts, we do have a large volunteer base, and the necessary administrative and logistical capacities for relief operations and only!!! 2-3 dyas delivery.

 We are coordinating our efforts with the Higher Commission for Relief, the Ministry of Health, local municipalities and all other organizations such as the Samir Kassir Foundation, the Basil Fleihan Foundation, the Lebanese Physically Handicapped Union (LPHU), the Social Movement.

  The campaign is now working in 4 main areas: Beirut, Metn, Byblos and Shouf. The CCR is calling upon all people, within and outside Lebanon, who are concerned about the situation, to call for an immediate ceasefire, and to help and support our relief efforts by spreading the word and/or collecting supplies. The situation is urgent as the number of refugees is over half a million and increasing.

 The CCR is calling upon all people, within and outside Lebanon, who are concerned about the situation, to call for an immediate ceasefire, and to help and support our relief efforts by spreading the word and/or collecting supplies. The situation is urgent as the number of refugees is over half a million and increasing.

The Civil Campaign for Relief (CCR) is based at Zico House (Yamout Building), Spears Street – Beirut and is a centre for relief operations.

 If you wish to contribute financial and/or humanitarian aid please call the following number: +961 1 741 412 or visit Zico House (Yamout Building) 1st floor , Sprears street - Beirut .

 

                         Thank you for your help and support
Last Updated ( Friday, 04 August 2006 )