As part of its commitment to youth development, INDEVCO Flexible Packaging (IFP), member of INDEVCO Group, sponsored CDLL’s concert ‘BEYOND’ as a main partner and sponsor. CDLL, the drug rehabilitation and youth development NGO, organized its annual fundraising concert entitled ‘BEYOND’ in collaboration with 8ē Art entertainment, as a tribute concert reviving greatest hits from artists like Whitney Houston, Amy Winehouse, Michael Jackson, Elvis Presley, Bob Marley, among others, to raise awareness and treat those who are struggling with addiction and mental distress. The concert took place at la Salle des Embassadeurs at Casino du Liban on 19 July 2023.
This initiative aligns with INDEVCO’s commitment to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 3 target 3.5 that focuses on strengthening the prevention and treatment of substance abuse and SDG 17 for Partnerships for the Goals.
INDEVCO Flexible Packaging plants manufacture polyethylene (PE) films, as well as plastic bags, masterbatches & additives, inks, PET preforms & caps alongside rolls for the agricultural and horticultural, beverage, building and construction, catering, chemical and petrochemical, food, household, hygiene and tissue disposables, industrial, pharmaceutical, soap and detergent sectors.
INDEVCO Flexible Packaging (IFP) Division manufacturing operations include Masterpak, Micro Epsilon, Interstate Inks, and Prepak in Lebanon, as well as Masterpak Nile in Egypt.
CDLL is a non-profit organization founded in 2006 that works in the field of community development and youth prevention as well as treatment for people living with mental health conditions and addictions. In its “Youth Cap” community centers in Beirut and Halat, CDLL offers integrated social services for children, adolescents, young adults, and caregivers.
CDLL commits to affecting the livelihoods of our communities by improving the climate for the positive development of individuals to lead lives as thriving and productive citizens. It also empowers them with the necessary personal and professional skill sets and connect them to the workplace relying on strong partnership with the public and private sector.