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A pair of Hollywood stars made a stopover in Lebanon this week to celebrate the success of a group of women from Burj al-Barajneh Palestinian camp who launched catering and food truck business Soufra with the help of venture philanthropy funding.Sarandon appeared at a screening of the film at Beirut Digital District Monday, along with "Soufra" director Thomas Morgan and actor Ben Stiller, who is a UNHCR goodwill ambassador and co-chair with Sarandon of the organization Artists for Peace and Justice.Earlier Monday, Sarandon and Morgan visited Burj al-Barajneh refugee camp to tour Soufra's kitchen and food truck as well as the newly opened Nawras preschool, which it's hoped will provide crucial early childhood education to 75 at-risk children in the camp each year.Shaar said she hoped the film would help to change perceptions of Palestinian refugees, within Lebanon and outside.Sarandon and Stiller declined to speak to the media at Monday's event.
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