Developmental Action without Borders/Naba'a is a Lebanese organization registered in the ministry of interim under License 104/AD. We started our work since September 2001. We are working to empower those marginalized communities so they uphold the rights of children, and so enable children and young people to play a healthy and active role in their communities. Our mission is to empower those communities so they uphold the rights of children, and so enable children and young people to play a healthy and active role in their communities.Vision: Our vision is one those communities have the capacity to be able to take more control of the decisions affecting their lives in a way that is inclusive of all people's needs. Naba'a works in seven of the twelve official UNRWA refugee camps as well as the gatherings and villages which surround them. We work to achieve our mission through our four strategic aims and seven dedicated programs. First Strategic aim; We aim to support young children who are most at risk of violence and neglected in the communities to provide them with opportunities to develop their confidence and grow up in a safer more inclusive environment. Second Strategic aim; We aim to support children and youth who are at risk of dropping out from school and living in particularly hard circumstances, and to help them realize their potential. Third Strategic aim; We aim to work with local communities, to build the capacity of those communities to take a more coordinated and inclusive approach to participatory decision-making and service provision. Fourth strategic aim; We aim to influence the decisions of key policy makers and service providers who are responsible towards the Palestinian communities living in Lebanon to uphold the rights of Palestinian children, and to be accountable for providing appropriate services.