ATFL Project: Cedar

Project: Cedar is the American Task Force for Lebanon’s Young Professionals Program designed to en

04/13/2016

ATFL (@ATFLebanon) posted a photo on Twitter

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on what means most to him: family, community & food! "Best food on planet is Kibbeh Nayeh." https://t.co/jvzoZjhJmA

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04/11/2016

Greenberg Traurig’s Victoria Reggie Kennedy to Receive Lifetime Achievement Award at American...

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ow.ly/10xum7 WASHINGTON — April 11, 2016 — Victoria Reggie Kennedy, senior counsel at global law firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP, will be honored at the American Task Force for Lebanon’s (ATFL) 18th Gala Awards reception and dinner April 12, 2016, at the Fairmont Hotel in Washington, D.C. The event…

04/11/2016

atfl | GALA AWARDS NIGHT

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One more day! It's not too late to get your tickets for . Click to learn more: https://t.co/Mx8k9QCX3f

bit.ly/1Pzg0ir GALA AWARDS NIGHT

04/10/2016

ATFL on Twitter

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So grateful for the honor of a lifetime this coming Tuesday! Thank you American Task Force for Lebanon. https://t.co/wc3gKWnuCy

twitter.com/atflebanon/sta… “We'll be honoring "Good Morning America" weekend edition co-anchor & "The View" co-host @ ”

04/10/2016

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Looking forward to honoring lawyer & co-founder of the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the US Senate, Victoria R. Kennedy at

04/07/2016

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Did you know? Fashion designer earned the Joseph J. Jacobs Distinguished Achievement Award at our .

04/05/2016

ATFL (@ATFLebanon) posted a photo on Twitter

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We'll be honoring "Good Morning America" weekend edition co-anchor & "The View" co-host @ https://t.co/OGffdsdU0x

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04/04/2016

atfl | GALA AWARDS NIGHT

You're cordially invited to . We're proud to be honoring Tony Fadell, Paula Faris and Victoria Reggie Kennedy this year. Click here to learn more about the gala, the honorees and how to purchase tickets: http://bit.ly/1Pzg0ir

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04/04/2016

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Vicki Kennedy: Truly honored and looking forward to be part of the on 4/12!

04/04/2016

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Did you know? "The Exorcist" writer & filmmaker William Peter Blatty won the Ray. R. Irani Lifetime Achievement Award @ our 2007 ATFL gala.

04/04/2016

ATFL (@ATFLebanon) posted a photo on Twitter

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to last year's where we honored Lebanese-American & reowned geneticist Dr. Huda Zoghbi. https://t.co/onfkrepCGY

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01/19/2016

Head of UN refugee agency in Beirut Wednesday

Daily Star: Head of agency in Wednesday

"The newly elected U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees, Filippo Grandi, will arrive in Beirut Wednesday on a two-day official visit to inspect the conditions of Syrian refugees in the country. He will visit some Syrian refugee families in the capital Beirut and makeshift camps in the eastern Bekaa Valley, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) said in a statement Tuesday...He will will hold a press conference on Friday at 1:30 p.m. before his departure."


https://www.dailystar.com.lb/News/Lebanon-News/2016/Jan-19/332739-head-of-un-refugee-agency-in-beirut-wednesday.ashx

www.dailystar.com.lb The newly elected U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees, Filippo Grandi, will arrive in Beirut Wednesday on a two-day official visit to inspect the conditions of Syrian refugees in the country.

01/19/2016

Frangieh says still running for president

Daily Star: says still running for president


"Marada Movement leader Sleiman Frangieh declared Monday that he would not drop his presidential candidacy despite his March 8 ally Michel Aoun receiving the unlikely endorsement of Lebanese Forces chief Samir Geagea. 'I am continuing with my presidential candidacy,' Frangieh wrote in a single tweet following a late-night meeting with Maronite Patriarch Beshara Rai in Bkirki...Frangieh's statement contradicts previous remarks in which he emphasized that Aoun was still his pick for president."


https://www.dailystar.com.lb/News/Lebanon-News/2016/Jan-18/332667-frangieh-says-will-go-on-with-presidential-candidacy-after-meeting-with-rai.ashx

www.dailystar.com.lb Marada Movement leader Sleiman Frangieh declared Monday that he would not drop his presidential candidacy despite his March 8 ally Michel Aoun receiving the unlikely endorsement of Lebanese Forces chief Samir Geagea.

01/19/2016

In Surprise Move, Bitter Political Rivals in Lebanon Announce Deal

NY Times: In surprise move, bitter political rivals in announce deal


"Two of Lebanon’s most prominent Christian politicians — one a crucial political ally of , the other its longtime foe — struck a surprise agreement on Monday that could help end the standoff that has left the country without a president for nearly two years. In the deal, Samir Geagea, the leader of the Lebanese Forces party, threw his support behind the presidential candidacy of his lifelong rival, Michel Aoun, whose Free Patriotic Movement is Hezbollah’s main Christian ally in Parliament."



http://mobile.nytimes.com/2016/01/19/world/middleeast/in-surprise-move-bitter-political-rivals-in-lebanon-announce-deal.html?_r=1&referer=

mobile.nytimes.com Samir Geagea, leader of the Lebanese Forces party, threw his support behind the presidential candidacy of Michel Aoun, whose Free Patriotic Movement is Hezbollah’s main Christian ally in Parliament.

10/15/2015

Lebanon Pictures (@lebanonpics) posted a photo on Twitter

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10/15/2015

Words of Wisdom: Dr. George Cody | atfl

ATFL Project: Cedar Words of Wisdom : Dr. George Cody

Dr. George Cody has served as Executive Director of the American Task Force for Lebanon for the past 23 years. Check out his words of wisdom on our website:

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atfl.org Project: Cedar has asked me to write some Words of Wisdom beginning with this question: What does my Lebanese heritage mean to me? With this question, where doe...

10/15/2015

Spotlight: Lara Alameh | atfl

Project Cedar Spotlight: Lara Alameh

Lara has over a decade of experience in international affairs, development and U.S. Government relations. She currently resides in Lisbon where she is a freelance consultant and writer. She served as a Senior Fellow at Fundação Luso-Americana in Lisbon, where she organized the launch of the Luso-American Legislators' Dialogue. She founded and served as Executive Director of Safadi Foundation USA, a non-profit organization dedicated to governance and institution building in Lebanon and the Middle East. In this capacity, she launched the Safadi-Stanford Initiative for Policy Innovation, a scholars' program that featured Christine Lagarde’s first public remarks on the economies of the Arab region after the Arab uprisings began in December 2010. Read Lara's spotlight interview at our website www.atfl.org



http://www.atfl.org/ #!Spotlight-Lara-Alameh/c1z9p/560e95190cf2f0ed7a2ce212

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09/29/2015

Beautiful photo by Deir El Qamar is a city in south and means monastery of the moon.

09/24/2015

Dubai News, Abu Dhabi News, UAE News and International News from GulfNews.com – plus Gold rates,...

Reuters: Agreement reached on Lebanon-Syria border

"Warring sides in Syria have reached an agreement under UN supervision over the fate of two villages in the northwest and a town near the Lebanese border, sources familiar with the talks said on Thursday, as a ceasefire in the areas held. The deal included the withdrawal of rebel fighters holed up in the mostly regime-held area near Lebanon, and the evacuation of civilians from two Shiite villages under rebel siege in Idlib province in northwest Syria, the sources said."

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09/24/2015

'Abu Rakhussa' returns to Downtown Beirut

Daily Star: 'Abu Rakhussa' returns to downtown

"Hundreds of people gathered in Riad al-Solh Square Thursday for the second open air market in Downtown Beirut in less than a week. People at the 'Abu Rakhussa', or flea market, sold homemade food and a variety of products including books, bags and clothing at low prices, or gave them away for free, attracting hundreds of visitors...It was prompted after Nicolas Chammas, the head of the Beirut Traders Association, said during a gathering of business leaders earlier this month that he feared protesters would turn Downtown into an Abu Rakhussa."

http://www.dailystar.com.lb/News/Lebanon-News/2015/Sep-24/316541-abu-rakhussa-returns-to-downtown-beirut.ashx

www.dailystar.com.lb Hundreds of people gathered in Riad al-Solh Square Thursday for the second open air market in Downtown Beirut in less than a week.

09/24/2015

Lebanon premier departs to New York for UN General Assembly

Daily Star: premier departs to New York for General Assembly

"Prime Minister Tammam Salam departed Thursday morning to New York to participate in the 70th U.N. General Assembly meeting where he is set to meet with senior Arab and foreign officials, a source from Salam's media office said...The sources said that Salam will deliver a speech before the U.N. General Assembly on Sept. 30. The address will focus on the need to end Lebanon’s presidential vacuum and ask for help in coping with the Syrian refugee crisis."

http://www.dailystar.com.lb/News/Lebanon-News/2015/Sep-24/316483-lebanon-premier-departs-to-new-york-for-un-general-assembly.ashx

www.dailystar.com.lb Prime Minister Tammam Salam departed Thursday morning to New York to participate in the 70th U.N. General Assembly meeting where he is set to meet with senior Arab and foreign officials, a source from Salam's media office said.

09/22/2015

Protesters during dialogue: Ball in politicians' court

Daily Star: protesters taunt politicians as new dialogue talks set


"Lebanon’s political elite Tuesday failed to make any tangible progress on the presidential crisis during the third round of dialogue talks at Parliament, as protesters gathered in nearby Martyrs’ Square to challenge them to a football match using balls with their demands written on them. A statement issued by the Parliament’s general secretariat said the rivals will hold consecutive sessions on Oct. 6, 7 and 8, which will focus on the election of a new head of state."

https://www.dailystar.com.lb/News/Lebanon-News/2015/Sep-22/316204-aoun-attends-third-round-of-dialogue.ashx

www.dailystar.com.lb The third round of all-party talks convene at the Parliament while activists gathered in the Martyrs’ Square, demanding to play a football match with politicians’ with balls containing their demands written on them

09/22/2015

Lebanon To Provide Education For Up To 100,000 Syrian Refugees This Year

Huffington Post: to provide education for up to 100,000 this year

"Lebanon is to provide schooling for tens of thousands more children this year including Syrian refugees, the education ministry said on Monday, as the country tries to cope with the effects of the war next door. Funding from international donors, UN refugee agency UNHCR and children's fund UNICEF could see up to 100,000 more Syrian children, twice the number of last year, attend public schools for free, the ministry and organisations announced at a joint news conference."

http://m.huffpost.com/us/entry/56013280e4b00310edf86ab9

m.huffpost.com BEIRUT, Sept 21 (Reuters) - Lebanon is to provide schooling for tens of thousands more children this year including Syrian refugees, the education ministry said on Monday, as the country tries to cope

09/22/2015

Lebanon to receive $75.5M in US aid to Syrian refugees

Lebanese Examiner: to receive $75.5M in aid to



"The United States Department of State announced on Monday that Lebanon will receive $75.5 million in U.S. humanitarian aid to fund Syrian refugee programs and makeshift camps in the country. The U.S. acknowledged that Lebanon hosts the highest number of refugees per capita with over one million Syrian refugees, and 45,000 Palestinian refugees from Syria. According to the report, the additional U.S. support will also fund 'vulnerable Lebanese communities' by renovating the municipal water and sanitation systems, and supporting local schools."

http://www.lebaneseexaminer.com/2015/09/21/lebanon-to-receive-75-5m-in-us-aid-to-syrian-refugees/

www.lebaneseexaminer.com (WASHINGTON, DC) -- The United States Department of State announced on Monday that Lebanon will receive $75.5 million in U.S. humanitarian aid to fund ....

09/21/2015

Prime Minister Tammam Salam: Lebanon is Heading Toward a Breakdown

By Lally Weymouth September 18 at 10:58 AM
Lebanon’s politics are so fractured that its prime minister, in the absence of a president, is also the country’s top executive. That’s because the nation’s divided parliament, which picks the head of state, hasn’t been able to agree on a candidate in over than a year. In an interview, Prime Minister Tammam Salam explained the deadlock, discussed refugees from Syria (who now make up one-fifth of the population) and and grappled with Beirut’s new phenomenon, a frustrated youth movement that wants to scrap the entire system. Edited excerpts follow:

You can’t blame the protesters for their indignation over the lack of garbage collection and the inability of the government to elect a president. Indeed, you are the only official that exists here. What do you think of the protest group known as You Stink?

I can’t blame them at all. I respect their anger, because it is emanating from a reality: the weakness in almost everything as a result of the stalemate the country is going through — the incapacity of electing a new president for the past year and four months, the paralysis of legitimate institutions like the parliament, and the paralysis also seeping through to the Council of Ministers.

With that kind of political climate, it is certainly very difficult for a coalition government headed by a neutral like myself to get things done. We have political factions who are using this situation to outbid each other. They are trying to claim they are behind this anger at the failure by the authorities.

That is not true, is it?

Of course not. The only people responsible for this are the political factions themselves.

Some people say you are the only “clean” politician.

I am a neutral and was chosen as such when they arrived at an agreement on a person to look after this government. It took me 11 months to form the government. They spent those 11 months bickering and fighting among each other. I myself don’t have any political party to look after or projects in the country to protect, and this allows me to be very transparent and candid.

The protesters do not seem interested in sects.

I wish all the country would go there and be secular in its politics. I personally am in support of that.

They say they mainly care about having better garbage collection, better transportation, better health care.

The political factions label [the protesters] as being influenced and being deployed by the West.

That’s not true, right?

In their leanings, there is some liberalism that is imported from the West. And from the onset of their movement, they went a bit too far by asking for the resignation of all the members of parliament, all the ministers. What’s the alternative? They should have targeted the real senior political factions and their leaders — that’s where the big problem is.

Are you referring to the head of the Free Patriotic Movement, Michel Aoun, and Hezbollah?

All of them. The March 14th and March 8th alliances — they are the two major political groups in the country.

Some of the protesters argue that these two groups are the same.

To them, yes. They are all part of this system, all part of the corruption, all part of this aging and weakened system.

Do you think the youth movement will have a big effect?

I believe the political factions still carry most of the people with them. Those youngsters were able to gather something like 15 or 20,000 protesters in the streets in their biggest rally. Any major political faction could gather 50,000 people anytime they call their partisans to come out.

Gen. Aoun wants to be president. He says there will be no president unless it is him. Hezbollah supports his demand. On the other side, you have the March 14th Alliance, supported by the Saudis. Hezbollah is supported by the Iranians. Can you get a president without help from the outside powers?

We have had a success story for the past year and a half in the prime minister, who happens to be a neutral person. Why not now go for a neutral president of the republic? Since our independence in 1943, we have elected 12 presidents of the republic. Eleven have either been suggested or produced by external powers.

Do you mean Saudi Arabia and Iran?

That means internationally — America and Russia and the regional powers. Now the main players regionally are Saudi Arabia and Iran. To broker a deal, I believe it will start with the Americans and the Russians. They need to broker a deal between themselves, starting with the Syrian war. Solving the problem in Lebanon requires much less effort. It only requires the international big powers and the regional ones to get together and say, “Yes, we will support this guy as a president,” and things will start moving.

You think this can happen soon?

It has to happen soon. Let me be very candid: We are heading toward a breakdown. The Lebanese political factions are incapable of electing a president by themselves.

Did you tell Secretary of State John Kerry that when he called you recently?

Yes, we discussed it. Leaders from the outside world would come and ask me, “What do you think should be done in Syria?” I said: “You’re asking me what should be done in Syria? I should be asking you.” Unfortunately, the tension there is still building up. We had thought that some kind of understanding was starting to take place between the United States and Russia. But in the past two weeks we hear the Russians are asserting their position in Syria and sending arms there.

While the nuclear negotiations were going on between the U.S. and Iran, officials said, “We don’t have time for other things.” Now they have concluded the deal, and they have time to handle other problems in the region. The major problem is the extremism and terrorism that is thriving and gaining ground all the time. A good start would be to try to conclude a two-state solution between the Israelis and Palestinians.

How would that help? If you dropped Israel into the ocean tomorrow, wouldn’t there be another excuse for extremism?

The extremists are using that excuse all the time. What’s wrong with defusing this tension by establishing peace?

But would it really defuse the tension? If you want to blow yourself up and suddenly there is a two-state solution, will you change your mind?

No, but you would be supporting moderates and helping them gain ground in the face of extremists and terrorists.

How do you encourage moderation when people are cutting other people’s heads off?

It is a wake-up call for the world, this type of extremism, but it is not a mainstay. Communities cannot live in the shadows of such practices.

Can Syrian President Bashar al-Assad hold Damascus or not?

To broker a deal there backed by the big powers is the only way to contain this situation. When I met with President Obama last fall, I said: “Mr. President, I know that you are not able to get out of this no-boots-on-the-ground policy, but frankly, to eradicate extremism and terrorism in our region, you need some boots on the ground. You cannot do it solely by air.” He said, “Whose boots?” I said, “You have a coalition set up now for this situation.”

Is Hezbollah a problem for you?

They consider themselves a big power now. The Iranians labeled them as such. And they have a big presence and are quite active.

You made a reference to Lebanon breaking down. Is it because of the influx of Syrian refugees?

No. The influx of Syrian refugees has a negative economic effect. It puts a burden on the country. We are not receiving enough financial aid to handle them. The 1.5 million refugees are a burden because they share our electricity, our water, our schools, our roads, our commerce, our jobs — and yes, the Lebanese are tired of this. They have been very hospitable. They have acted very well. But the [real] breakdown in Lebanon will take place because of the inability to solve the problems of the country, like the garbage issue and others.

Who runs the electricity?

Right now it is the 8th of March running the electricity. We have an issue with the oil and gas in the sea. We cannot reach an agreement between the political factions to adopt a policy to help us explore oil and gas in our economic zone.

Can’t you do something as prime minister?

I need a consensual decision from a parliament.

What is the worst problem on your plate?

Electing a new president. Constitutionally there is nobody to hold consultations to nominate another prime minister [besides me]. It is the responsibility of the head of our government, according to the constitution. So a nightmare would be if I myself resigned. Some say: “Why don’t you? If you resign, they have to elect a president.” But others say, “In Lebanon, whenever you face the wall, the wall moves.”

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09/18/2015

Minister Chehayeb says his plan could be the last chance of a solution for trash crisis

Retweeted LBCI News English ():

Minister Chehayeb says his plan could be the last chance of a solution for trash crisis |http://t.co/rUgssDPc44|

w.lbci.com/1inq5X1 The discussions during the meeting focused on highlighting the difference between the hazardous dumpsites and sanitary landfills.

09/18/2015

Lebanon launches maritime export program

Daily Star: launches export program

"Lebanon's state-run development company announced Friday the launch of an anticipated program to help producers export their goods to the Gulf by sea after the Syrian war forced the closure of vital land routes. Nabil Itani, chairman of the Investment Development Authority of Lebanon, called on maritime export companies to apply to the Lebanese Exports Maritime Bridge program, which subsidizes Lebanese exports to Arab and Gulf countries for a period of seven months."

https://www.dailystar.com.lb/Business/Local/2015/Sep-18/315804-lebanon-launches-maritime-export-program.ashx

www.dailystar.com.lb Lebanon's state-run development company announced Friday the launch of an anticipated program to help producers export their goods to the Gulf by sea after the Syrian war forced the closure of vital land routes.

09/18/2015

STL finds Al-Jadeed journalist Karma al-Khayat guilty of contempt

Daily Star: STL finds Al-Jadeed journalist Karma al-Khayat guilty of contempt

"An international court investigating the 2005 assassination of former premier Rafik Hariri has found a Lebanese television journalist guilty of failing to abide by an order to remove reports identifying prosecution witnesses in the case. In a decision issued by Judge Nicola Lettieri Friday, The Special Tribunal for Lebanon found Al-Jadeed news director Karma al-Khayat had 'knowledge of the existence of an order' to remove videos posted on the channel's website page in 2012, but failed to comply with it. However, the judge found Khayat not guilty of the more serious charge of "undermining public confidence" in the court by publishing the reports."

https://www.dailystar.com.lb/News/Lebanon-News/2015/Sep-18/315750-stl-finds-al-jadeed-journalist-guilty-of-contempt-not-guilty-of-undermining-public-confidence.ashx

www.dailystar.com.lb An international court investigating the 2005 assassination of former premier Rafik Hariri has found a Lebanese television journalist guilty of failing to abide by an order to remove reports identifying prosecution witnesses in the case.

09/18/2015

Beirut activists to protest remarks by businessman

Daily Star: activists to protest remarks by businessman

"The We Want Accountability campaign has called for a Saturday demonstration in Downtown Beirut to protest remarks by a businessman who one day earlier said protesters were 'cheapening' the high-class district. The group wrote on its official page Friday that Downtown Beirut belongs to the people, urging a large turnout at 6:00 p.m. in Riad al-Solh Square in response to Nicolas Chammas, the head of Beirut Traders Association, who warned against transforming Downtown Beirut into a so-called 'Abu Rakhussa' market...Abu Rakhussa market is a Lebanese term that refers to street vendors who sell low-price items, similar to what you would find in a flea market."

https://www.dailystar.com.lb/News/Lebanon-News/2015/Sep-18/315779-beirut-activists-to-protest-businessmans-remarks.ashx

www.dailystar.com.lb The We Want Accountability campaign has called for a Saturday demonstration in Downtown Beirut to protest remarks by a businessman who one day earlier said protesters were "cheapening" the high-class district.

09/14/2015

MP Nadim Gemayel stresses need for real change

Retweeted LBCI News English ():

MP Nadim Gemayel stresses need for real change |http://t.co/gH3nAtKDU0|

w.lbcgroup.tv/1LcMIJh MP Nadim Gemayel stressed Monday that “the people have the right to call for change,” stressing that the change must be real.”

09/14/2015

U.S. contributes $10M to UNICEF in Lebanon

Daily Star: contributes $10M to in

"U.S. Ambassador David Hale announced Friday America’s contribution of $10 million to the U.N. Children’s Education Fund in Lebanon to enroll vulnerable school-aged children in public schools’ first shift, a statement by the embassy said. This assistance is part of America’s ongoing commitment to ensure all school-aged children in Lebanon have access to a high-quality education, including those affected by the Syria crisis, it said."

http://www.dailystar.com.lb/News/Lebanon-News/2015/Sep-12/314941-us-contributes-10m-to-unicef-in-lebanon.ashx

www.dailystar.com.lb U.S. Ambassador David Hale announced Friday America’s contribution of $10 million to the U.N. Children’s Education Fund in Lebanon to enroll vulnerable school-aged children in public schools’ first shift, a statement by the embassy said.

09/14/2015

RACE to educate 200,000 refugees

Daily Star: RACE to educate 200,000 refugees


"With Lebanon a signatory of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, its Education Ministry is obliged to provide an education for all children. However, many children in Lebanon, a large number of them Syrian refugees, remain out of school...The ministry is leading efforts to provide education to as many students as possible, in its Reaching All Children with Education program...United Nations agencies are collaborating with the ministry on RACE, which has just announced its aim to educate 200,000 Syrian refugee children this academic year. This will partly be done through nonformal education, which aims at properly preparing children to enter the formal Lebanese system."

http://www.dailystar.com.lb/News/Lebanon-News/2015/Sep-14/315116-race-to-educate-200000-refugees.ashx

www.dailystar.com.lb As Lebanon prepares to begin a new school year, conditions have perhaps never been more difficult in this century for the country’s education system.

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