U.S. Ambassador Honors 580 Lebanese High School Students for Their Study of English

U.S. Ambassador to Lebanon Ambassador Elizabeth H. Richard recently honored 580 Lebanese high school students for completing 400 hours of English language instruction, as part of the U.S. State Department-funded English Micro-scholarship Program (Access). The Access program, which began in Lebanon in 2004, provides free English language training to 14 to 18 year-olds around the ...
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Deputy Chief of Mission Joins Teaching Women English Graduation Event

U.S. Deputy Chief of Mission (DCM) Danny Hall participated September 25 in a graduation ceremony in Beirut for 420 participants of the Teaching Women English (TWE) program funded by the U.S. Department of State.  The U.S. has committed more than three million dollars to the Teaching Women English program since 2008, and nearly 8,000 women ...
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U.S. Ambassador Elizabeth Richard Visits Tripoli, Lebanon

U.S. Ambassador Elizabeth Richard visited Tripoli on September 18 to participate in a graduation ceremony for 450 participants of the Teaching Women English (TWE) program.  The TWE program provides women in rural areas with the opportunity to learn English and become active citizens in their communities, promoting the values of tolerance, moderation, and economic opportunity.  ...
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