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Since 2005, Fondation Saradar was sollicited by some municipalities in the Bekaa Valley. This demand prompted Fondation Saradar to explore and evaluate the needs in IT learning in the Bekaa region, which resulted in the launch of the new Cadmus® Caravan in 2009.

The name of the caravan “Cadmus” was suggested by Mrs. Nina Jidéjian. “Cadmus” the son of the King of Tyre, is seen – on a Third Century A.D Bronze coin minted in Tyre – offering a papyrus roll to a Greek delegation, thus referring that “Cadmus” passed on the Phoenician Alphabet to the Greeks. Inspired by the idea of transferring knowledge, this mobile computer school is named “Cadmus® Caravan” since it seeks to communicate and disseminate information and technology.

THE MOBILE COMPUTER SCHOOL® PARTNERS

  • Bank Audi – Audi Saradar Group
  • Bankers Assurance
  • British Embassy in Lebanon
  • Berytech
  • Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA)
  • Canadian Fund for Social Development
  • Capital Outsourcing
  • Carrosserie Abillama
  • Compagnie de Construction Immobilière (CCI)
  • Compagnie des Sources du Liban, Sannine
  • Crown House Group
  • Early Bird
  • Formatech Integrated Learning Center
  • Inconet-Data Management (IDM)
  • Information Management (IML)
  • Inmarsat Limited
  • Librairie Halim
  • Medco
  • Minime Prodution
  • Murex Systems
  • Nina Jidéjian
  • Lombard Odier Darier Hentsch & Cie (Switzerland)
  • Oxfam-Québec
  • PCE UPS Systems – Manalco Société
  • Pikasso
  • Print Works
  • QuanTech (IBM)
  • Saccal Systems
  • Société Libanaise de Carton (Solicar)
  • Triband Middle East s.a.l Off Shore
  • Triple C
  • United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia
  • United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL)

NGO Partners

  • Beeatoona
  • Social and Economic Action for Lebanon (SEAL)
  • Lebanese Physical Handicapped Union (LPHU)
  • Rotary Club of Beirut
  • Youth Association of the Blind – Lebanon (YAB)

Media Partners

  • An Nahar newspaper
  • The Daily Star
  • MTV Lebanon
  • L’Orient-Le Jour
  • World Environment Magazine & TV