M.U.B.S Capacity Building Program Dinner with H.E. Salim Sayegh and Forty NGOs

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M.U.B.S Capacity Building Program Dinner with H.E. Salim Sayegh and Forty NGOs

Under the patronage of HE the Lebanese Minister of Social Affairs Dr. Salim Sayegh, the Modern University for Business & Science held an honorary dinner at the Holiday Inn Dunes hotel on Friday 3rd of December 2010. This dinner came as a final event after a three-day successfully organized capacity building program for 40 Lebanese NGOs at M.U.B.S. campus in Hamra, Beirut. Three speakers addressed an audience of 200 persons representing the civil society, military and security forces, religious clerks and M.U.B.S. Board of Trustees and staff.

A warm speech of Dr. Hatem Alamy, President of the Board of Trustees, welcomed M.U.B.S. guests wishing for them "perpetual prosperity in the service of the Lebanese society and the benefits of all humanity". In addition, Dr Alamy addressed the audience asking them "to collaborate with each other in order to elevate poverty and to increase the level of awareness about the social problems while providing solutions".

From his part, Dr. Chad Audi, CEO of Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries (D.R.M.M.), talked about the importance of charitable work and its evolvement in the United States and presenting the American charity work as role model for the Lebanese NGOs. The patron of the celebration of the event, HE Dr. Salim Sayegh, emphasized in his speech on the importance of partnership between the State, the NGOs and universities to face challenges. HE Dr Sayegh described this event as an occasion to recall that the balanced development is vital on the geographic scale as well as among social classes.

At the end, the participation certificates sealed by M.U.B.S. and DRMM were distributed on the workshop participating NGOs. Moreover, Dr. Alamy presented to HE Dr. Sayegh a trophy of recognition as well as to the lecturers of the capacity building program.






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