Our partners at Cedar Home, Lebanon, are looking for a nurse or someone with experience of working with children and trauma. The candidate is required to be qualified, highly motivated and competent with relevant experience.
Cedar Home transforms the lives of vulnerable and marginalised girls in the community, regardless of nationality, and enables them to live life in all its fullness through:
- protecting and providing – through their residential programme they are able to accomplish those two goals by providing a safe environment for the girls to live and grow in, where all their needs are consistently met
- educating, empowering, challenging injustice – in partnership with the public school system, local churches and other NGO’s, Cedar Home is able to accomplish these three goals by providing high-quality academic education for girls, empowering them through different channels of training and relationships, and advocating social justice through helping stateless girls and abandoned newborns acquire ID’s and be adopted by Christian couples
- discipleship and sending to the community and the world though our residential programme and partnership with local church
The mission of Cedar Home is to take care of abandoned girls, orphans, and girls at risk in Lebanese society, regardless of race, colour, or religion. To help them develop the five dimensions of their personality: spiritual, physical, mental, emotional, and social, so they can fulfill their highest potential, preparing them to enter society, the work field and marriage, as mature, capable individuals.
The vision of Cedar Home is to grow and expand its ministry through gradually but firmly moving from dependency on grants towards self-sustainability through an in-house income generating project (guest house) and an off-campus income generating programme (olive oil press), and start a similar ministry that will target boys through a residential and non-residential programme including an in-house trade school.
Successful candidates will have relevant qualifications and experience.
For more information about this opportunity, please contact email@example.com
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