Stouh Beirut Association is a non-profit organization for social services whose mission is focused on helping underprivileged individuals and families. It was founded in Beirut in 2017 following five successful telethons that helped more than 50 families in need.

The association’s founder and current president, Dalia Dagher, had a vision that extends beyond providing financial help to those in need. She wanted to empower Lebanese women and encourage youth to remain in their societies by creating job opportunities. Stouh Beirut is registered in the Lebanese Ministry of Interior and municipalities and is committed to the ethical and responsible distribution of all donations provided by our generous benefactors. The association releases an annual report of its operations and finances detailing the destination of the donations and the continued work towards achieving its primary goals aforementioned on its website.

Founder of Stouh Beirut Association

Dalia Dagher is a media figure with extensive experience in project management encompassing educational programs, event planning, and television.

Dalia majored in Arabic Literature and Journalism; she started her media career in 2002 and has worked as a media producer and presenter in local and regional channels and radio stations. Notably, she was the producer and presenter of many social shows focusing on women empowerment as well as socio-political discussions on a number of Lebanese societal concerns.

Dalia is currently the executive producer and presenter of “Daroure Nehke”, a social and political Talk Show broadcasted weekly on OTV.

Besides her media career, Dalia is a social activist who relentlessly works on improving her community and
initiating projects that contribute to the help of underserved population.

Founded by
Dalia Dagher

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