‘I am a refugee in Lebanon’ Initiative

The Damma Women’s Program worked on the initiative ‘I am a Syrian refugee in Lebanon’, which sought to reduce tension between the refugee and host communities through a series of dialogue sessions that shed light on the difficulties faced by the Syrian refugee in Lebanon, as well as presenting different views of the host community that is churning the refugee and The extent of the economic and political difficulties that Lebanon suffers from, which negatively affect the refugee-host relationship. The initiative targeted 200 Syrian and Lebanese participants.

We are working on building peace, reducing conflicts and building confidence between societies to ensure the sustainable peace.