The classification of Power for People in Lebanon as a nonprofit organization has been given by the German tax office in Bonn. This status enables us to leverage all financial options in the area of your mission. Whcih will finally lead to a better support of people in need in Lebanon.
Day 2: Tuesday, 06/21/20022 Lights in the Dark, our travel diary from the delivery Today me have met our partner Sanabel Nour in Tripoli. Sanabel Nour is a local NGO supporting 20,000 registered families in need. The support covers among others medical help, food packages, education and financial with specific chapters for orphans and elderlyRead More »Diary from the delivery, day 2
Day 1: Monday, 06/20/20022 The trip from Düsseldorf to Beirut was a little bit of a “surprising” German efficiency. It took 4.5 hours to pass the airport checks. Less than 4 hours later we had a quick arrival in Lebanon. We were then directly heading to our meeting with General Mohammad Kheir, head of theRead More »Diary from the delivery, day 1
Thanks to all the financial and operative contributions to the PPLEB supportes and volunteers. The production of the first 1,000 solar devices is completed. The units are now being prepared for shipment o the harbour of Beirut. Estimated arrival time is end of May. The vessel will be the SEASPAN FALCON and travel with stopsRead More »Shipment to Beirut will start soon.
Thanks to all the financial and operative support to the PPLEB supportes and volunteers. Along with the incoming domations a bunch of first 1,000 units has been ordered. We are now waiting for the production to complete. It is planned that then the equippment will be shipped to the port of Beirut. If no additionalRead More »First 1,000 solar units for families in Tripoli.
"Lights in the Dark" for 10,000 families in Tripoli TRIPOLI Tripoli is the second largest city and operates the second largest harbour in Lebanon. Due to the Beirut blast from Aug, 4th, 2020, the harbour is now the largest one in operation in Lebanon. About 800,000 people are living in the metropolitan area of Tripoli.Read More »First project initiated
Half of the Lebanese population is living in poverty (UN 2020*). Supporting people’s basic needs during this worst humanitarian and financial crisis is fundamental. But how can we contribute humanitarian aid while leveraging sustainable improvement? * Half of the Lebanese population is living in poverty according a report from the UN in 2020. But, we knowRead More »Three out of four Lebanese are living in poverty
The creation of Power for People in Lebanon took place today, on the 5th of December 2020! After weeks of discussions about the associations mission followed by formal preparations we had our founders meeting today. Due to the given circumstances it took place remotely as a Zoom conference. The participants finalized and confirmend the associationsRead More »Power for People in Lebanon founded!