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Authors Posts by Patricia Mihaly Nabti, Ph.D.

Patricia Mihaly Nabti, Ph.D.

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Patricia Mihaly Nabti, PhD, CVA* Regional representative to the Arab Nations. International Association for Volunteer Effort (IAVE). Director, Learning to CARE Institute www.learningtocare.com *Certified Volunteer Administrator
Informal volunteering has been part of Lebanese culture for a long time. People spontaneously help relatives, friends, and neighbors in need without expecting any financial return. It is one of the meanings of wajbat, or social obligations. In the...
HOME has a tradition of showcasing Lebanese families, or what might be considered clans, that share the same name and heritage, often uniting under an association in the family’s name, like the Ma’lufs, Osseirans, Skaffs, Chehabs, Sinnos, Hamadehs, Bustros,...
Photos by: Zakaria Rakha On October 17, 2017, 117 scuba divers from around the world spent two days collecting a ton of underwater trash including tires, plastics and medical wastes from eight coastal areas of Lebanon. On November 5, 2017, 5,000...
Exclusive photoshoot for HOME Magazine by Zakaria Rakha The iconic natural symbol of Lebanon is clearly the cedar, best reflected in its central position on the Lebanese flag. While other countries have cedars, none of their cedars have played such...
Photos from the family archives collection of Khaled Daouk Arrival in Lebanon In researching articles on Lebanese families for HOME, it has been fascinating to discover the origins of these families—from such diverse places in the world as Yemen, Russia and...