For YOU-th by YOU-th
With the support of UNICEF, SIDC began implementing the “For YOU-th by YOU-th” (FYBY) project on July 25th, 2022, for a duration of 10 months, ending on May 25th, 2023.
“Gateway to Better Health”: Improving access to health care for vulnerable population in Lebanon
SIDC is implementing a two-year project called “Gateway to Better Health” with the support of L’EXPERTISE France-L’INITIATIVE to improve and expand access to high-quality, gender-inclusive HIV information, care, and treatment services,
World AIDS Day 2022: Tell a friend!
Along with World AIDS Day, which is observed on December 1st each year, SIDC has launched the “Tell a Friend” campaign, with the support of MENAHRA, to raise awareness about
World Hepatitis Day 2022
I CAN’T WAIT! Latest Numbers of World Health Organization Every year on July 28th, Society for Inclusion and Development in Communities and Care for All (SIDC) observes World Hepatitis Day
Case Management and GBV
Response, Support, Shelter. Case Management-CM: Case management is a collaborative process that assesses, plans, implements, coordinates, monitors, and evaluates the options and services required to meet the service users health
International Overdose Awareness Day 2022 The International Overdose Awareness Day that falls on August 31st, is an occasion to spread awareness about many issues such as the drug policies, the
Support. Don’t Punish: Painting a brighter future for those oppressed by society
Every year, SIDC celebrates the Support. Don’t Punish campaign which is a global advocacy campaign calling for better drug policies that prioritize public health and human rights. The campaign aims
We are proud: Pride Month 2022
SIDC celebrates Pride Month every year as it works with LGBTQ+ individuals by supporting their rights in Lebanon. Pride Month is an opportunity to talk about the history of the
Candle for people living with HIV in Lebanon
On Saturday, June 4, 2022 and for the eleventh year in a row, SIDC commemorated the International AIDS Candlelight Memorial, to raise awareness about HIV and remember those who have
Enhancing the inclusivity of the LGBTI community in workplaces in Lebanon
With the support of the European Instrument for Democracy and Human Rights (EIDHR), SIDC and ACTED held a national conference to announce the closing of a two-year project “Enhancing the
World AIDS Day 2021: Get Back ON Track!
Along with World AIDS Day, which falls on December 1 each year, SIDC has launched “Back on Track” campaign as a call to remember the importance of prevention form HIV
Lebanese companies and organizations are paving the way for LGBTQ+-inclusive workplaces
What does LGBTQ+ stand for? What’s the difference between transgender and transsexual? How can LGBTQ+ individuals protect themselves from violations? What are the types of harassment that they face at