Following its continuous social engagement and active involvement in awareness campaigns, the UOB Club for UNESCO received a $1000 support from the Lebanese National Commission for UNESCO to promote SDG3 “Good Health and Well Being” and to celebrate the UN National Health Day, within the framework of the understanding of and support for UNESCO’s mission, priorities, and programs at the grassroots level.
Two Well Being Webinars were organized, by psychological Coach Eiko Minami, the first on April 17 addressed to the University students and the second on April 24 addressed to Saint George Hospital nurses. The webinars concentrated on finding the points of strength of each participant and find their mission in life.
The third activity was through a program in collaboration with AJIALOUNA NGO consisting of supporting 30 families in Tripoli and Koura regions with food supply that lasts for a 1 month ensuring food security during the holy month of Ramadan and Easter.
Acting Dean of Student Affairs, Dr. Walid Moubayed, congratulated the UOB Club for UNESCO and their advisor Mrs. Diala Farah on their achievement commending their efforts to give back to society in these difficult times. He assured that the university will always be committed to support such student initiatives which truly stem from the university’s founding mission.