Street art brings colors and positive vibes to Karm Al Zeitoun

A few months ago, parts of the southern district of Beirut Ouzai were painted in bright colors. The brainchild behind this project is the philanthropist Ayad Nasser.   His latest project was accomplished in collaboration with Mouna Boutros Foundation in Karm Al Zeitoun, according to


.   Kids and residents revived a street in Karm Al Zeitoun by painting the buildings in bright colors. The artist Benoit Debbane painted graffiti on the walls. The project was accomplished in three days. The residents of Karm Al Zeitoun face many challenges such as bad infrastructure and a lack of security. Painting the street might not solve the issues, but it certainly changes the mood of the residents.   Nasser hopes there will be many more projects that will revive neglected areas in Lebanon.

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Street art brings colors and positive vibes to Karm Al Zeitoun

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