Anamel is a women-centered development initiative founded in 2014, established by a Syrian social change maker named Razan Al Hussami, who has a history of social work in Syria and is a spiritual guide to many women and girls.
Anamel today is one of Chams Network's core programs, it supports vulnerable Lebanese and Syrian refugee women and girls in Lebanon, specifically those who were not able to complete their schooling.
Anamel provides empowering through capacity building, vocational training, and employment. The centre is located in Bchamoun area, south of Beirut and is a two story center with an equipped kitchen and small sewing factory, in addition to classrooms and offices.
Through its activities, Anamel serves over 100 families residing in the southern suburbs of Beirut.
Anamel offers illiteracy courses for women and children, as well as recreational activities and a common space for women to meet and visit.
Jeha Building,Forn El Shebbak
Damascus Str., Bldg 73
Beirut - Lebanon
+961 - 70 - 882 069
Community Development Program