Ghawth is a local NGO established in 2009 by a group of doctors in Lebanon.

The aim for establishing this NGO is to enhance the medical services for refugees and host community, and to ensure that the most vulnerable population groups will have access to primary, secondary and tertiary healthcare services.

Refugees’ access to livelihoods is extremely limited as they are almost entirely excluded from the formal labor market. Moreover, a combination of factors, including the lack of legal residency, restrictions on employment opportunities, reduction in assistance, and depletion of savings and assets continue to prevent refugees from graduating from poverty.

our values

ACCOUNTABILITY​

RESPONSIBILITY

ENGAGEMENT​

TRANSPARENCY

SUSTAINABILITY

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Last Update:
November 2023

our medical centers

Medical Center

Medical Village Dispensary

Established in 2015, which provides health care for Syrian and Lebanese in Bekaa area (Bar Elias).

Medical Center

Al Rawda Dispensary

Established in 2015, which provides health care for Syrian and Palestinian refugees (PRS, PRL) and Lebanese in Mount Lebanon area (near Borj El Brajneh camp).

Medical Center

The Medical Center of Aarsal​

Established in 2015, which provides medical care for refugees and Lebanese in an isolated area, 40 km from the nearest hospital in the region area, is a well-equipped medical center.

Medical Center

Dar Al Wafaa PHC

Established in 2015, which provides health care for Syrian and Palestinian refugees (PRS, PRL) and Lebanese in Mount Lebanon area (Aramoun).

our NEWS

GHAWTH conducts 113 pediatric surgical operations

GHAWTH in collaboration with the UNHCR, distributed 200 hygiene kits...

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

On the occasion of Breast Cancer Awareness Month (Pink October),...

WHO and EU team visited Dar Al-Wafa

On Thursday, June 1, 2023, a World Health Organization and...

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