Humanitarian Support

RMF provides Humanitarian support across Lebanon in an effort to help individuals and communities most in need, especially during this ever growing crisis, mainly through the following components:

RMF continues to focus on sustainable food security and reduce the possibility of malnutrition. Within this framework, RMF has been adapting its strategies and upgrading its responses to include delivering meals to homes of people in need and ensuring families are receiving adequate nutrition, increasing resources for food distribution, water allocation, land use, food trade, food processing, and others.

  • RMF successfully distributed 15,800 food boxes for $45 per box each year for two consecutive years to disadvantaged families.
  • RMF also provided in a joint initiative with UNICEF and other foundations 95,000 hot meals to vulnerable homes for an estimated cost of $5 per meal.
  • Sustainable food security through enhancing productivity and farming project funded by Germany through the German Development Bank KfW in partnership with International Labour Organization.

The healthcare sector in Lebanon is on the brink of collapse with the economic and financial situation, pandemic and the Beirut blast. RMF continues to play a prominent role by supporting the restoration of hospital emergency units that were destroyed by the devastating Beirut Port blast; by providing much needed medical supplies and protective equipment to front liners in addition to providing more than 13,500 PCR tests to the most vulnerable.

COVID-19 Vaccines: part of donations raised will go towards providing vaccines to vulnerable individuals who otherwise might not have access to them. These vaccines vary in price between $24 and $38 per person depending on the available vaccine type. As part of this initiative, RMF has sought to place education and protection at the forefront of its humanitarian work. Because every child has the right to access education, RMF continues to execute several vital projects to provide high quality and equitable access to education for children of all age brackets.