Al Andalus School Opening, Lebanon 2014




Around 100 students in the town of Akkar—one of the most under-served regions in Lebanon—received education sponsorships through this program, which worked to improve the conditions of schools, enhance libraries, supply computer labs, and provide essential school materials. Through this project, students learned to become engaged citizens. This project also equipped them with the skills necessary to improve living conditions for themselves and their communities, paving the way for bright futures.

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