Join us and help fund essential medicines


Escalating since October 2019, the political and economic crisis is driving Lebanon to the brink of bankruptcy. The tragic situation has been exacerbated by a gigantic explosion of chemicals stored in Beirut’s seaport. The middle class has virtually ceased to exist. Educated citizens are fleeing hyperinflation, rising unemployment, power cuts and fuel shortages.

  • Since the beginning of the crisis, the Lebanese pound has lost more than 90% of of its value
  • Food prices increased by 400 % between January and December 2020.
  • GDP fell by 20.3% (2020)
  • 78% of the Lebanese population (3 million people) live in poverty. Extreme poverty has affected 36% of Lebanese (1.38 million)
  • there is a nationwide shortage of essential medicines
  • prolonged power and fuel shortages (up to 20 hours a day) are paralysing the daily lives of the Lebanese
We provide medication, food and basic hygiene and sanitation products for


chronically ill and destitute people


“By listening. Not acting, not running around, not by organising anything and not even by providing treatment. Listen first. Look into the eyes, understand.” This is how Dr Elias answers the question of where to start helping.

We visit the Lebanese people with Dr Elias Harouny, for whom illness and the escalating economic crisis in Lebanon have placed them in a death trap. Without the help of Adventure of Charity, which he founded, they would have no chance of continuing their medical treatment.

“The prices of medicines have increased 10 fold in the last month! And that is not the end of it. Every Monday the official price list is updated and each time it gets worse. 74 000 Lebanese pounds – that is the price of a packet of paracetamol today. That is three dollars. Not much if you earn in dollars, but for those earning in pounds it is more than a tenth of their monthly salary,” explains Dr Elias.

Not being able to continue with their treatment is not the only worry for more than 260 patients in Dr Harouna’s care. Through massive inflation, the middle class has fallen into deep poverty, which means that buying basic food and hygiene products is becoming an unrealistic dream.

Today and tomorrow, on Christmas Eve, we will visit 180 families with Dr Elias, handing out not only a supply of essential medicines, but Christmas parcels with a supply of food, basic toiletries and cleaning products. They include hummus, beans, milk, cheese, cold meat, jam, toothpaste, laundry detergent and much more. Every family will receive a huge cardboard box for Christmas. We would like to thank you that we can be here and that you are reaching out to the most needy people affected by the crisis in Lebanon. Dr Elias also wants to thank you today:

“To be willing to help someone you do not know, in a country you do not know, requires an exceptionally sensitive and open heart, and is for me a measure of the highest nobility. That is why the help that comes to us from the Good Factory is so extraordinary for us. You give us hope that we will overcome this critical moment in our country’s history. Thank you!” says Dr Elias.

It’s not too late to join us and, in this time before Christmas, reach out with a helping hand to someone you don’t know, who is far away, but who needs salvation from abandonment all the more. Join us and fund basic medicines for those affected by the crisis in Lebanon!

Urgent Help Needed

Save the Pharmacy for the Poorest in Togo

This amount will allow for equipping pharmacy shelves for the first half of the year. Ania and Mateusz will take care of this, and they will fly to Togo in February and fill the shelves with the most essential antibiotics, antimalarial drugs, and pain relievers. The Saoudé Pharmacy has people to save. It cannot succeed without your support.

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We already have :
3,420 EUR
We need:
6,667 EUR