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Building Alliance for Local Advancement, Development and Investment (BALADI)

Building Alliance for Local Advancement, Development and Investment (BALADI)

In September 2012, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) in Lebanon initiated a new five-year program called ‘Building Alliance for Local Advancement, Development, and Investment’ (BALADI). BALADI Program extends for five years from September 2012 – September 2017.

Through the BALADI program, USAID is encouraging municipalities (in cooperation with local Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs), civil society organizations, and members in the community) to annually submit well-prepared and well-designed community projects for possible funding from USAID BALADI program subject to the program technical criteria and fund availability.


News and Events

On Sunday April 10, 2016, on the occasion of the 65th anniversary of the founding of the Lebanese University (LU), the “Saida Stadium for All” a USAID-funded project implemented by Caritas Lebanon hosted a sports day, (more…)

 Part of its work progress and deliverables, the USAID-funded Building Alliance for Local Advancement Development and Investment (BALADI) implemented by the Rene Moawad Foundation (RMF), celebrated the inauguration of a community development project to promote rural tourism in Douma (Batroun district). USAID Mission Director Dr. Anne Patterson, RMF Executive Director Michel Moawad, members of the municipal council of Douma and Douma club, RMF Baladi team and community stakeholders were present during the event to celebrate the new facility.

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Within the framework of "BALADI" program funded by the US Agency for International Development in Lebanon (USAID), "Statistics Lebanon" outsourced by Rene Moawad Foundation and Caritas Lebanon is conducting a survey to measure the improvement of public services in the selected municipalities for the first round of "BALADI" program through the perception of various number of community representatives from the targeted local communities.
Caritas Lebanon
Rene Moawad Foundation
Beyond Beirut
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