About Daleel Tadamon
Why Daleel Tadamon?

The Solidarity Directory "Daleel Tadamon" is a laboratory organization that was founded in 2020 in Lebanon. Our goal is to create a progressive and democratic economy that works for everyone. We promote and support cooperatives, local producers, collectives, social enterprises, and local small and medium businesses in order to empower local communities.

We are committed to initiating and ideating new models and policies that can help create a more just and democratic system.
Working together is the key to protecting our society.

Daleel Tadamon is an initiative that supports and encourages solidarity initiatives, collectives, micro, small and medium-entreprises which sustainably invest in its resources with the aim of empowering and increasing local communities' resilience, economically and socially.

  • mapping
    Conduct offl­ine & online mapping of all “bottom-up” economic and solidarity projects in Lebanon
  • identifying
    Document all projects by specifying location, sector, activities and structure.
  • connecting
    Connect economic and solidarity initiatives/groups and promote co-operation/collaboration between them.
  • supporting
    Expand existing solidarity structures by creating a self-sustaining ecosystem, that supports all its members, on various levels: know-how, technical and legal support, market and media exposure, etc.
  • initiating
    Help initiate & promote the creation of bottom up economic and solidarity structures in new areas and topics.

Daleel Tadamon collaborates and receives support from organizations and individuals with whom it shares its vision to positively impact the local economy. Our main partner and primary supporter is OXFAM, an international organization that has been working in Lebanon since 1993. OXFAM provides humanitarian assistance to vulnerable people affected by conflict, promote economic development and good governance at a local and national level, supports women’s rights and supports local partners in their efforts in contributing to the protection and empowerment of marginalized women and men.


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