What We Do

We, at the Bassoul Dignity Foundation believe in the right of every person on this planet to live with dignity. The homeless and outcasts are the ones who need support the most. We have to lift their spirits and make sure they feel wanted because if you lose that there is nothing left.


  • Provide the Relief Oven to refugees and displaced people
  • Provide Micro-Loans to kick-start small businesses
  • Provide education, raining and support
  • Link talents with businesses
  • Give hope and opportunities to become effective citizens


  • Use Innovation to improve
    other people’s lives
  • Provide a network + create a community
  • Re-inforce working force
Our Mission & Vision


The Bassoul Dignity Foundation is a non-profit organization that provides resources and skills to give young adults and displaced people a second chance in life.


We believe that every person on this planet is born with the right to live with dignity. In turn, the homeless and the outcasts are the ones who need the most support. We have to lift their spirits and make sure they feel wanted; because if they lose that there is nothing left and they lose hope.
Refugees have been deprived of their homes, but they must not be deprived of their futures - Ban Ki-Moon
Projects by region.
Relief Oven for Syrian Refugees in Lebanon
Syrian refugee camps in Lebanon accommodate around 1.5 million families, out of which 80% are women and girls. On a normal day, they spend their time searching for wood to be able to prepare meals for their families. The foundation created a unique multifunctional oven. Beyond cooking, this appliance can charge a cellphone through heat transfer, without using electricity. The goal is to free women and girls to seek employment and education.      
Sending Relief to Homeless People in Puerto Rico
A month after hurricane Maria ravaged Puerto Rico, resources remain scarce, almost 80% of the territory is still without power. The Bassoul dignity foundation decided to send ovens to the people who lost their homes in Puerto Rico . These ovens go a mile beyond the ordinary as their features include water sanitisation, charging power, with minimal wood to get it working. This action attempts to give back the people of Puerto Rico a sense of normalcy.
A Silver of Hope for Refugees in Turkey
Turkey ranks between the top three countries with the highest number of refugees. Among several challenges, refugees battle unemployment, low or lack of income, even hunger. To alleviate their struggles, the Bassoul Dignity Foundation sent over multifunctional stoves. These ovens reduce to a minimum the amount of wood needed to prepare a meal on fire. Not only that, but they also allow them to boil and sanitise water, along with charging phones through heat transfer instead of electricity. The organisations hope that their actions bring back some optimism to the refugees.    



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