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Title: تطوّر العمل الإجتماعيّ في بيروت من خلال محفوظات أبرشيّة بيروت للروم الأرثوذكس (1868-1935)
Other Titles: Le rôle social de la Société orthodoxe de bienfaisance de Beyrouth (1858-1936), à travers les archives de l’évêché grec orthodoxe
The Evolution of Social Work in Beirut According to the Archives of the Greek Orthodox Eparchy of Beirut
Authors: مراد، عماد إدوار
Keywords: العمل الاجتماعي
أبرشية بيروت للروم الارثوذكس
Social Work
Greek Orthodox Eparchy of Beirut
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: University of Balamand
Part of: Chronos
Issue: 34
Start page: 63
End page: 94
The foundation of the Orthodox Charitable Society of Beirut in 1868 contributed to the progress of Beirut’s society. This Society divided its activities through the Committee of charity, Committee of aid, the Committee for travel, and the Committee of property and school representatives. These committees did receive revenue in return for their work: their sole purpose was charity as well as spreading education and culture. Helping patients, burying the deceased, taking care of prisoners, helping foreigners and helping them travel, helping registered and non-registered poor people, and distributing flour and rice were the main activities of the Committees.
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Type: Journal Article
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