Investing in People;
Investing in Lebanon’s Future

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1980-1989
Decennial

As a direct response to the needs of the war-afflicted population, the Foundation managed to secure the future of 34,000 Lebanese youth by extending scholarships at 1,766 universities and colleges worldwide.

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1980-1989
Decennial

As a direct response to the needs of the war-afflicted population, the Foundation managed to secure the future of 34,000 Lebanese youth by extending scholarships at 1,766 universities and colleges worldwide.

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