After the Beirut Blast, Souk el Tayeb was on the verge of shutting down.
After the Beirut Blast, Souk el Tayeb was on the verge of shutting down. However, managing partner Christine Codsi and her team were determined to not let that happen. They wanted to continue empowering women from villages and reviving local food culture.
That’s when the B5 Fund stepped in and gave them a grant, which helped Souk el Tayeb resume work and operate in Mar Mikhael today. Thanks to this support, Souk el Tayeb has been able to not only keep their doors open but also grow stronger, providing employment opportunities to women and serving delicious local food to their community.
Apply for a B5 Grant and receive assistance to recover your business by completing the online application available at www.kafalatb5.com