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Our Journey around the World

We are proud of our achievements and the exposure we received from prominent institutions and partners worldwide. We appreciate the acknowledgment and we hope to grow with more Love and Support from everyone who supported us.

Thuraya in France

We are happy to announce our partnership with Terroirs Insolites. Our products are now available in Paris, Marseille, and Bordeaux.

Nous sommes heureux d'annoncer notre partenariat avec Terroirs Insolites. Nos produits sont désormais disponibles à Paris, Marseille et Bordeaux. 

♡ Maison Le Bourdonnec,Paris

♡ Ya Bayte,Paris

♡ Anis Jaune,Bordeaux

♡ Mouné,Marseille

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Thuraya in San Francisco

We got inspired by the Women at Centro, a non-profit that supports BIPOC, and we got the opportunity to work with them in their San Francisco HQ. The diversity of participants in the program made us realize that no matter where we come from and what our backgrounds are, we can all relate to each other and join efforts to find the best practices and solutions for our daily challenges. 

Centro Community Partners

Thuraya in New York

Throughout the Arab region, UNDP’s rapidly growing Youth Leadership Program (YLP) is helping young men and women to become positive change-makers and fulfill their dreams of a more just, equal, and sustainable society. Our presence at ECOSOC at the UN Assembly Hall in New York, shaped our growth plan under the umbrella of the SDGs.


Thuraya in Washington, DC

With the generous sponsorship of the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Embassy in Beirut, we embarked on a transformative journey to Washington, D.C. There, we had the privilege of participating in a fellowship program led by Legacy International, an experience that not only broadened our horizons but also deepened our commitment to creating positive change in our community.

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Thuraya at Expo Dubai

We are overjoyed and deeply proud of our feature at the Lebanese Pavilion during Expo Dubai 2020. This remarkable opportunity allowed us to showcase our commitment to preserving and innovating our culinary traditions on a global stage, sharing the flavors and heritage of Lebanon with a diverse, international audience.

Lebanese Pavilion

Thuraya in Barcelona

We were thrilled to be a part of the MWC (Mobile World Congress) alongside 4YFN in Barcelona, where we proudly represented Lebanon in collaboration with UNDP Arab States and the Women Innovators Program - WIF. This experience was an exciting platform to connect with innovators from around the world, showcasing our commitment to sustainable progress and the spirit of Lebanese entrepreneurship on a global stage.

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Awards and Recognition

We are grateful for the international recognition we received throughout the years and, we are excited about our future endeavors. Thank you to all those who believed in us and guided us towards success.

  • People's Choice Award, 2023

    “Growing up, I witnessed my grandmother being the sole provider of natural preserves, and I saw many other friends engaging in seasonal handcrafts,” said Martine. “This experience opened my eyes to the vital role they played in preserving our food heritage and Lebanese culture. I felt compelled to advocate for these remarkable individuals, acknowledge their efforts and provide them with financial security.” 
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  • Cultural & Environmental Preservation Award, 2019

    We are honored to be awarded Best in Category: " Cultural and Environmental Preservation" by Legacy International and the US Department of State, after completing a Fellowship in DC, in Economic Empowerment We worked with HUNGRY [] on how food connects us..
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  • Alumna Stories

    Lebanese women are famed for being resourceful. Perhaps the very origins of preparing mouneh – the practice of food preservation – started with a group of such women, who sought to provide their families year-round with a balanced diet that included seasonal staples.In recent years, however, younger women have admitted they lacked the skills essential to making mouneh...
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Our Journey on Tape