Activists plant pine seedlings in Bkassine.
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Around 500 volunteers, most of them women, came together from different Lebanese areas, including Rashaya, Beirut and Kfar Zebian, to plant more than 500 pine seedlings in Jezzine's Bkassine.Carolyn Bryan, USAID mission director for Lebanon, expressed her pleasure at being able to participate in the activity, underscoring the importance of giving women a chance, which would reflect positively on society.This is what prompted the agency to use this force and include women as local partners in the various activities, Bryan said, adding that it had produced great results.
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