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Caritas in Middle East & North Africa (MONA)

Members of Caritas in the Middle East and North Africa work primarily on emergency response, migration, education, development, women empowerment, youth and volunteering, human trafficking and peace building. Their humanitarian assistance programmes have grown following the turmoil of the Arab Spring and increased conflict in the region. Cooperation and inter-faith dialogue are priorities as is response to the threat of HIV/AIDS.

Other focuses for Caritas MONA include improving bilateral partnerships, investing in programmes for young people and creating more coherence around the issue of migration.

Caritas Updates from MONA

  • Save Aleppo

Save Aleppo

  • 4 May 2016
The battle for the Syrian city of Aleppo has left hundreds of people dead or injured. Joseph, a Caritas Syria employee in Aleppo, sent this report.
  • Cardinal Tagle meets migrants workers in Lebanon

Cardinal Tagle meets migrants workers in Lebanon

  • 30 March 2016
There are over a quarter of a million migrant domestic women workers in Lebanon. Caritas Lebanon is one of the few local organisations making efforts to ensure decent working conditions.
  • Peace is possible says Syrian bishop at UN

Peace is possible says Syrian bishop at UN

  • 18 March 2016
Bishop Antoine Audo, the Chaldean Bishop of Aleppo and president of Caritas Syria, addressed a side event at the United Nations in Geneva on the crisis in Syria.

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Caritas Middle East & North Africa Info

Address Rue Rouphaêl Abou Jaoudé,
Zalka,
Lebanon
Telephone +961 1 893 599
Fax +961 1 876 964
Email rhechaime@caritasmona.org
Website www.caritasmona.org