The empowerment of our Syrian women continues.
MAPS continues to empower Syrian women in Lebanon, through crochet and English courses, in addition to the fields of psychological support, health awareness, and community service.
The project seeks in all its phases to help 150 Syrian women in the Al-Biqaa and Irsal, the majority of whom are widows and those without breadwinners, so that they can rely on themselves in the future.
In this aspect, MAPS organization was able to build a distinctive model of Syrian women through the Crochet Community Collective project which is related to crochet.
The project could also supply employment opportunities for about 50 Syrian women, and provide education for about 300 Syrian children in Lebanon’s camps.
Since its inception, MAPS organization has provided a distinct societal dimension to the Syrian refugees in Lebanon, through its educational mission that reached about 3500 children and mothers every year, within the category of basic education, besides providing professional and creative education to about 18 thousand children and young people, eventually to win about 70 local, Arab and international awards, the most important of them World Championships in robotics in the end of 2019.
MAPS has also provided nearly a million health services since the inception of its health work in Lebanon, in addition to providing hundreds of thousands of relief services.