In the wake of the catastrophic Beirut blast, our organization mobilized with utmost urgency and dedication to providing extensive assistance and support to those affected by this devastating event. Understanding the profound impact on individuals and communities, we swiftly initiated a multifaceted response, addressing the immediate needs of the injured and displaced while striving to restore hope, stability, and resilience to the affected areas.

Impact in Action

A pivotal aspect of our response was the comprehensive renovation of 409 buildings, meticulously working to restore structural integrity and provide safe and habitable spaces for individuals and families impacted by the explosion. These restoration efforts aimed to not only rebuild physical structures but also symbolize the revitalization of shattered lives, instilling a renewed sense of security and optimism within the affected communities.

Recognizing the significance of religious institutions as pillars of strength and solace, we extended our support to restore 7 prominent mosques that suffered damage in the blast. By meticulously reconstructing these sacred spaces, we aimed to preserve cultural heritage, foster community cohesion, and provide a source of spiritual solace during these challenging times.

Water scarcity is a pressing concern in post-disaster scenarios, and we addressed this issue by distributing 1200 water boxes. These reliable water supply sources were crucial in meeting the basic needs of the affected individuals, ensuring access to clean and safe drinking water, and mitigating the risk of waterborne diseases.

In times of crisis, access to medical supplies is of paramount importance. With this in mind, we procured and distributed 4200 units of vital medical resources, including medications, dressings, and equipment. This provision of essential healthcare supplies played a crucial role in mitigating the suffering of the injured and supporting the efforts of medical professionals in providing timely and effective treatment.

To alleviate hunger and promote nourishment, we undertook the significant task of providing 15,000 nutritious meals to those affected by the blast. By addressing the immediate nutritional needs of individuals and families, we sought to bring relief and stability to their lives, recognizing the critical role that proper nutrition plays in the overall well-being and recovery process.

The restoration of human dignity was also a central focus of our initiatives. Through the distribution of 1000 pieces of clothing, we aimed to alleviate the distress caused by the loss of personal belongings and offer individuals a renewed sense of pride and self-worth. These garments provided both practical and emotional support, enabling affected individuals to regain a sense of normalcy and regain their confidence.

In addition to the distribution of supplies, our organization facilitated 1000 surgeries for those injured in the blast. These life-changing interventions not only provided critical medical care but also symbolized our commitment to restoring physical well-being and helping individuals reclaim their quality of life. Through these surgeries, we aimed to instill hope, resilience, and the belief in a brighter future for the survivors.

Recognizing the importance of a clean and safe environment in the recovery process, we deployed a dedicated team of 300 street sweepers. Their tireless efforts in meticulously cleaning the affected areas and removing debris played a pivotal role in restoring order, ensuring the safety of residents, and creating a conducive atmosphere for healing and rebuilding.

Our immediate and comprehensive response to the Beirut blast exemplified our unwavering commitment to compassion, resilience, and the well-being of those affected. By addressing multiple facets of the crisis, including renovation, healthcare, resource distribution, and environmental cleanup, we sought to not only alleviate the immediate suffering but also lay the foundation for long-term recovery, fostering a sense of hope and empowerment within the affected communities.