Down in Badaro, “Sawani” goes for trays and “Falfoul” for Foul, Fatteh, and Falafel. Sit on the sidewalk, enjoy your time, live Beirut and leave with a smile on your face. It’s like any restaurant, a home away from home, non-pretentious, happy and fresh. Arrive at a place loaded with positive vibes, on a Saturday morning, in the heart of Beirut, relax on the sidewalk, a wooden table, porcelain plates... I really loved it here! At Sawani Falfoul, prepare to be transported: travel back in time to the flavors of ancient Lebanon, to when my grandma used to cook for me in her old house.
1- Rehabilitation of destitute families through:
- Fighting hunger
- Strengthening education
- Providing proper healthcare services
- Building decent housing
- Expanding employment opportunities
- Developing families' marketable skills and leveraging their capabilities
- Creating safe environment for all family members
- Improving living standards
- Promoting Self-responsibility and Independence
- Social Assistance for the Elderly
- Protecting and saving abused women and children
2- Social Assistance and accompaniment of elderly.
3- Protection and Social Reintegration of abused children, women and elderly.
4- Poverty Awareness among youth, local communities and different stakeholders on socio-economic issues and their repercussions on society, through Civic Engagement and Community Service projects.