Al Majmoua – www.almajmoua.org
The Lebanese Association for Development – Al Majmoua is a Lebanese non-profit microfinance institution that focuses since 1998 on supporting low-income individuals, particularly micro entrepreneurs and women, with affordable financial and non-financial services to fund their activities and build sustainable businesses.
1st floor, Green building, Abdel Kader Street, Spears – PO Box: 11-3483 – Beirut- Lebanon
Representative: Dr. Youssef Fawaz, Executive Director / 03-360916 – 03-621616 / email@example.com
Emkan – www.emkanfinance.com
Emkan Finance was established by Bankmed as a subsidiary financial institution licensed and regulated by the Banque du Liban in July 2011. Today, Emkan Finance operates 7 branches, in Akkar, Beirut, Chtoura, Dora, Sidon, Tripoli and Tyr, covering the whole of Lebanon and extends microfinance services to economically active low-income clients across all sectors of the economy.
Sadat Tower 5th floor, Sadat Street, Beirut, Lebanon
Representative: Dr. Mayada Baydas, Executive General Manager / 01-814901-2-3 / firstname.lastname@example.org
IBDAA – www.ibdaalebanon.com
Ibdaa Microfinance is a pioneer initiative of the AGFUND aiming at establishing banks for micro entrepreneurs across the Arab world. The institution provides affordable microfinance services to Lebanese and legal residents of Lebanon with limited income, to help them improve their micro/small businesses. Ibdaa Lebanon focuses on micro and small entrepreneurs as well as productive women and youth, and aims at reaching a big number of clients through its branches all over the Lebanese territories and its diversified range of products.
Kaskas highway, Fawaz bldg. , 1rst floor, Beirut, Lebanon
Representative: Mr. Bachar kouwatly, General Manager / 01-640777 | email@example.com
AEP – www.aep.org.lb
AEP is a non-profit organization founded in 1984, by a group of bankers and businessmen who were interested in social work. AEP believes in the human being without any discrimination in sex, race, opinion, religion or social class. AEP is one of the pioneers in the field of micro credit finance. It gives access to those who cannot afford bank regulations and complications. AEP believes that everyone has the right to get a loan. This is clearly revealed in the mission of the association: “Beyond assistance….the right to economic initiative…the right to loan for everyone.”
144, El Alam Street, forest Bldg. 4th floor – Horsh Kfoury, Badaro Beirut-Lebanon – P.O.Box: 116/5439-1106/2040 Beirut.
Representative: Mrs. Helene Sayad, Executive Director / 01-382610 – 01-381971 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Representative: Helene Sayad | 961 1 382610- 9611 381971 | Fax: 961 1 382 610 | Email: email@example.com
Vitas sal – www.vitaslebanon.com
Vitas s.a.l is the first Lebanese microfinance Institution to be registered and subject to the supervision of the central bank as a non-bank financial institution in 2007. Vitas s.a.l seeks to provide financial products and services to meet the needs of customers, foster the long-term development of individuals, their businesses, their families and the communities in which they live. In the light of this mission, Vitas persevered to provide its services to the Lebanese communities for the past sixteen years, with the utmost commitment to transparency and high-quality service to its customers.
This commitment enabled Vitas s.a.l. to serve thousands of clients through branches of local bank partners, as well as its own regional branches, expanding its outreach to cover the entire Lebanese territories.
In 2011 the company became part of “Vitas Group”, a global network of microfinance institutions operating in Lebanon, Jordan and Romania, with affiliates in Iraq, the West Bank and the Gaza Strip, Bosnia, Colombia and Ghana.
In all its operations, activities, expansion and strategic planning, Vitas’ decisions aim solely and fully to achieve its Vision:
“All people with a desire and capacity to improve their lives should have access to the financial services they need to help them realize their potential and become full social and economic participants in their communities”
Vitas s.a.l. S&S center 4th floor Jisr el Basha Road Hazmieh, Baabda, Lebanon
Representative: Mr. Ziad Halaby, General Manager / 05-959859 Ext. 0 / Info@vitaslebanon.com
Makhzoumi Foundation – www.makhzoumifoundation.org
The Makhzoumi Foundation was established in Lebanon in 1997 upon a strong desire to help empower fellow citizens to achieve self–sufficient independence via improved career prospects.
To achieve its mission, the Foundation is empowering beneficiaries through its different programs and units associated with them: Vocational Training , Micro Credit, Health Care, Development Projects, and Relief, aligned with the United Nations SDGs.
Mazraa, Barbour, Zreik Street, Makhzoumi Bldg.| P.O.Box 13-5009, Beirut, Lebanon
Representative: Mr. Samer El Safah, General Manager / 01-660890 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Entrepreneurial Development Foundation – www.edf-lebanon.org
The Entrepreneurial Development Foundation (EDF) is a non-for-profit organization that promotes entrepreneurship among the less privileged in Lebanon’s rural areas and neighborhoods of the bigger cities. The EDF’s objective is to improve the county’s overall socio-economic well-being by providing its beneficiaries with: Business Training Program and Business Loan Program.
Tour de Lyon, 7th floor, Emile Eddé Street, Hamra, Beirut, Lebanon.
Representative: Mr. Ghazi Jounblat, Executive Manager / 01-751353-4-5 / email@example.com
Association for the Development of Rural Capacities – www.adr.org.lb
ADR is a Lebanese NGO registered at the Lebanese Ministry of Interior in 1998 (Decree 59/AD, April 6, 1998). ADR is non profitable, non-familial, and non-religiously and non-politically affiliated, and its operations cover mainly the South of Lebanon.
ADR’s mission is to empower and integrate the marginalized people and small entrepreneurs through socio-economic development. In this context, ADR designs and implements projects according to the aspirations and needs expressed by the local population.
Tyre – Carthage Str., Ezzeddine Bldg., 1st Floor
La Coopérative Libanaise pour le Développement – www.coopcld.org
La Coopérative Libanaise pour le Développement is a Non-Profit / Non-Gouvernemental Organisation. Its mission is to encourage and facilitate the return and the reintegration of the displaced to their villages by granting them micro-credits for productive projects.
L8, Les Bureaux du Mall, Dbayeh
Representative: Me. Serge Oueis, Genaeral Director / 04-444946/7 / firstname.lastname@example.org