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What we do?

SB OverSeas is a non-profit organisation based in Belgium dedicated to providing humanitarian aid to refugees and victims of conflict.
Our operations are divided into the following three activities: education, emergency aid and empowerment.

SB OverSeas works with refugees in two geographical focus areas: Lebanon and Belgium. In Lebanon, we distribute emergency aid and run educational and empowerment programs in our three centres based in Arsal, Beirut and Saida. In Belgium, we work with unaccompanied minors in order to foster integration in three reception and transit centres.


Our educational program in the centers relays on supporting children in the community surrounding the center with the educational curriculum that children receives in Lebanese public schools, it also prepares dropout students with the same curriculum that includes English and French, mathematics, science and life skills that the student needs to develop his abilities and capabilities within the surrounding community.

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SBO’s empowerment programs support women and girls’ skills building and resilience. We train women and adolescents girls in various professions and vocational skills. One example is our program aimed at contributing to eliminating illiteracy among women and children.

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Humanitarian Aid

The year 2020 forced the whole world to step into hard circumstances and put companies and communities under pressure, starting with financial breakdown and ending with complicated psychological problems, especially on displaced people and refugees.

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Being located at the heart of Europe, SB OverSeas uses this location to raise awareness about the situation caused by refugee humanitarian crises. Our aim is to raise the voices of refugee communities and fil the gap by collaborating with different partners at the international and national levels in order to advocate for and represent the interests of young asylum seekers, both in Belgium and in Lebanon.

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Now more than ever, Children need your help to survive and thrive

2088 Children Received Non-Formal Education in Lebanon

624 youth in Lebanon learned new skills and languages

1024 women empowered in a safe space in Lebanon

21000 families in Lebanon received distributions of essential aids

78 volunteers taught with us in Lebanon
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