From the town of Andaket Akkar.
I was born in this town in a neighborhood on the shoulder of Wadi Oudin, Lebanon's longest valley, and one of the richest in terms of environmental and plant diversity.
I joined the Lebanese military at the age of seventeen and served the country for a period of 24 years. Referred to retirement at the beginning of the year 2008. Since then I have been committed to the environment and nature as I go on hikes at the end of each week and train throughout the year with the Council of Environment. The Council gave us the opportunity to learn from expertise in forests, plants, geology, history, fungi, and navigation etc. for more than a year, where at the end of the course I received a mountain guide certificate.
My hope and goal are to introduce the world to the importance of the environment in our society and the unspeakable forests.
I’m happy to share my information and all my capabilities to anyone who deserves all this environmental beauty.