Our Network

 At the international level


  •  CHS Alliance

The CHS Alliance improves the effectiveness and impact of assistance to crisis-affected and vulnerable people by working with humanitarian and development actors on quality, accountability and people management initiatives. Formed in 2015 by the merger of HAP International and People In Aid, the Alliance brings together more than two decades of experience supporting the sector in applying standards and good practices.


  •  HQAI

The Humanitarian Quality Assurance Initiative (HQAI) provides quality assurance services that demonstrate measurable progress in the delivery of humanitarian assistance within the international humanitarian community. The initiative’s prime motivating factor is to bring quality and accountability to affected populations and other stakeholders. This initiative enables humanitarian organizations that meet compliance criteria of recognized humanitarian standards such as the Core Humanitarian Standard on Quality and Accountability (CHS) to publicly demonstrate their commitment to transparent and accountable practices.


  •  CRIN

Child Rights International Network (CRIN) is a global research, policy and advocacy organization. Their work is grounded in the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.


  •  INEE

INEE is a network of more than 12,000 individual members and 130 partner organizations in 170 countries. INEE members are practitioners working for national and international NGOs and UN agencies, ministry of education and other government personnel, donors, students, teachers, and researchers who voluntarily join in the work related to education in emergencies.


  •  Family for Every Child

Family for Every Child is a global alliance of local civil society organizations working together to improve the lives of vulnerable children around the world.


  •  Child Helpline International

Child Helpline International supports the creation and strengthening of national toll-free child helplines worldwide, and uses child helpline data and knowledge to highlight gaps in child protection systems and advocate for the rights of children.

At the national Level

  •  Lebanese Higher Council for Childhood

The Lebanese Higher Council for Childhood is the national framework for complementary childcare work between non-governmental organizations. It works to develop compliance with international conventions especially the Convention on the Rights of the Child in collaboration with international organizations.


  •  Civil Counsel Against Addiction

The Civil Counsel Against Addiction (CCAA) was established at the initiative of ex Prime Minister Fouad Siniora, who sensed the need for unifying institutions and NGOs working in the city of Sidon in order to limit the spread of drug addiction and substance abuse.


  • Arab Network for Children's Rights "MANARA"

The Arabian Network for Child Rights “MANARA” is a coalition of volunteer organizations, associations and civil Arabian networks who work in Children’s Rights.  In line with The Convention on the Rights of the Child it aims to increase awareness and share experiences and knowledge on supporting children.  In addition, it monitors and looks out for children’s rights violations in the Arab World.  It also works at harmonizing Arab legislation with regards to children’s rights to the Convention on the Rights of the Child so it can be adopted on a local, regional and international level in order to build an Arabian Community that works for children.