Our vision is of a Palestinian society in the camp where human rights and dignity are universally respected. It is a society where women have equal opportunities to study, work and enjoy their life, where children and youth are valued and able to fulfill their potential, and where elderly have the right to enjoy good health and social life without complications and PWDs have better life and more integrated in the society.
PWHO is a nonprofit registered ‘organization’ – 161/AD – that works within the Palestinian camps and gatherings in Lebanon. PWHO aims to improve the wellbeing of women, children, PWDs and those with severe health problems and empower them to achieve independency through empowerment, education, rehabilitation, early intervention and homecare services, and through lobbying and advocating for their rights and causes.
All people are entitled to:
The child protection networks CPNs were established in Al Bass, Burj Al Shamali and Rashidiya camps through a joint initiative of Terre des Hommes, Lausanne and the different actors inside the refugee camps and gatherings Tyre area, South Lebanon, especially the local and international NGOs, including UNRWA, popular and civil committees, security forces and clerics (religious leaders). The aim of these networks is to coordinate efforts and invest available resources to build a safe environment for children and empower them to achieve their best interests with the participation of all parties starting from the child and his/her family.
Phone: +961 78 94 09 66 / +961 3 480 893
The Palestinian Disability Forum (PDF) is a coordination framework that seeks to develop the levels of networking and interaction among local NGOs, international bodies, target groups and other stakeholders in order to achieve social justice for PwDs. This is done through advocacy for the rights and concerns of PwDs and empowering them to participate actively in the society. The principles and values that lead the work of the Palestinian Disability Forum PDF is adherent to human rights, the rights of PwDs, and the values of justice, transparency, participation and development.
Phone: +961 3 358 918 / +961 3 480 89