Your support to arcenciel's mission will strengthen its impact and help it realize a more sustainable future through its 5 core programs implemented across Lebanon
Zad Moultaka will perform the world premiere of his new musical and visual composition, Requiem for a New World, in tribute to the Russian composer Igor Stravinsky in Venice, Italy
In more recent years, arcenciel has supported the financing of disadvantaged students’ education in Lebanon with a focus on primary and secondary year schooling. Providing equal opportunities for all is a high priority, and a vast diversity of Lebanese schools are covered through this program.
Following this tragedy, arcenciel is doubling its efforts to pursue its mission in supporting fragile groups and integrating marginalized people.
In Lebanon today, 1 in 7 people is already living with one form of disability. Persons with disability have been among the hardest hit by Lebanon’s manifold crises—a dwindling economy and a persistent outbreak of COVID-19, exacerbated by the recent huge explosion that rocked the Port of Beirut and the whole country.
The Directorate General of Antiquities in Lebanon with its supporting cultural heritage experts is launching a series of vocational training courses on heritage crafts. They will encompass areas such as traditional carpentry, stone masonry, the manufacture of wooden roofs, and lime plastering.
There is much said and known about the Beirut explosion. One particular aspect is the sector of education. 140 schools and technical vocational training centres were damaged in the explosion.
What is CMT?
A disease of the peripheral nerves that control the muscles. Found in both genders and in all races and ethnic groups, it is the most commonly inherited peripheral neuropathy, affecting 2.8 million people worldwide.