Category: Health

Nada Ghorayeb Zaarour

Nada Ghorayeb Zaarour President of the Green Party of Lebanon   Nada Zaarour is the President of Green Mind, a leading Non-Governmental Organization in the MENA region working on sustainability, and President of the Green Party of Lebanon. Nada has lead top Green movements in Lebanon advocating environmental protection, CO2 emissions reduction, eco-attitudes integration, women empowerment and Green economy stimulation. Zaarour is Board Member of the CAN Arab World (Climate Action Network), Partner with religious authorities in Lebanon and abroad developing programs for Faith and Conservation, Member of the Environmental Committee in Bkerké, Member of the National Coalition for...

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Salyne El Samarany

    Salyne El Samarany CEO – Teach For Lebanon    Salyne is a mother of two boys and an advocate for quality education in Lebanon. She participated in the Middle East Partnership Initiative Program for Student Leaders at Georgetown University in Washington, DC, in 2007. She was selected as the Lebanese Ambassador of Youth at the Arab Thought Foundation in 2009. As Chief Executive Officer of Teach For Lebanon, Salyne believes that providing equal educational opportunities for Lebanese children is at the core of the nation’s well-being. She was one of nine young education advocates selected for the...

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Nayla Geagea

  Nayla Geagea  Lawyer and Researcher Nayla Geagea is a lawyer and researcher with more than ten years of experience and practice with a focus on international human rights, protection of vulnerable groups and international criminal justice. Since 2008, she has engaged in legal research and drafted legal briefs, memoranda, and draft laws encompassing a range of issues related to human, social and economical rights. She has worked with multiple local and international organizations including research centers to develop public policies and advocate for legal reforms, to implement projects and activities aiming at addressing forms of discrimination and marginalization...

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