Visitors flock to Jbeil, a UNESCO heritage site, throughout the summer.
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Jbeil Municipality launched a Resilience Office and appointed a resilience officer Thursday, after being selected to be one of 32 cities set to receive technical support and resources as a part of a global network focused on building resilience.The resilience office will serve as a link between the 100 Resilient Cities Network and the city of Jbeil, including its municipality, the private sector and public sector alongside NGOs and relevant stakeholders.The 100 RCN has a $100 million fund to be distributed to the 100 cities involved in the project.According to Sfeir, Jbeil was chosen as one of the first 32 inaugural cities involved in the project because of its global historic value, including the ancient port and old city of Byblos.
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