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 YASA - Youth Association for Social Awareness

The tragic death of Tarek Assi in 1994, a 19 year-old university student, led his friends to establish a club to his memory. Later, this club was registered as the Youth Association for Social Awareness (YASA) – a not for profit Non Governmental Organization – in Lebanon in 1996.
YASA aims at safety promotion and injury prevention, which is, achieved through public awareness campaigns.  Since its initiation in Lebanon, YASA has had cooperation and partnership with institutions, organizations and governmental bodies such as the Lebanese Army, Internal Security Forces, Civil Defense, Zeina Hauch Foundation, The Lebanese Association for School Safety Awareness – LASSA and others.

YASA’s work targets mainly the following:
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 Children Safety
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 Pedestrian Safety
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 Road and Infrastructure Maintenance
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Alcohol Abuse and Risk of Fatigues
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 Vehicle Safety: Car, Trucks, Motorcycles and Bicycles
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 Improving the driver education and licensing
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Improve rescue and emergency system
- International Cooperation for safety promotion and injury prevention .
                                    

 

Contact us:

 YASA Lebanon Headquarter
2nd Floor, Akl Bldg, St. Rock Street, Hazmieh, Lebanon
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yasa@yasa.org
P.O.Box: 45-083 Hazmieh, Lebanon
Tel: + 961-5-452587
Mobile: +961-3-601972
Fax: + 961-5-952587

Ziad Mikhael Akl

Ziad Mikhael Akl

You are invited to listen to Ziad Halabi and his guests from LASIP about sports and recreational safety every Saturday from 3 to 4 pm on VDL on 93.3 FM.

Ziad Mikhael Akl

Ziad Mikhael Akl

You are invited to visit http://www lfpc.org" target="_blank">www.lfpc.org about fire safety and to provide your valuable comments.
Ziad Mikhael Akl

Ziad Mikhael Akl

You are invited to listen to Ziad Halabi and Carol Jarjoura and their guests from LASIP about sports and recreational safety every Thursday from 6 to 7:15  pm on VDL on 93.3 FM.

Ziad Mikhael Akl

Ziad Mikhael Akl

According to a new study by SRF in Lebanon, Only 56 % of Lebanese knew the phone number 112 of Internal Security Forces.


What are the needed measures to make this emergency phone number be known by the vast majority of Lebanese people?

Ziad Mikhael Akl

Ziad Mikhael Akl

You are invited to visit http://www lfpc.org" target="_blank">www.lfpc.org about fire safety and to provide your valuable comments.