Education Minister Marwan Hamadeh at the ninth annual educational leadership forum in Sidon, Friday, March 3, 2017. (The Daily Star/Mohammed Zaatari)
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Education Minister Marwan Hamadeh and UNICEF Lebanon Representative Tanya Chapuisat signed a deal Tuesday worth $213 million to provide education for displaced Syrian children.A statement from the Ministry of Education announced the deal, which consists of three pillars: access to education, improving the quality of education, and education system diversity. As of July 2016, half of school-aged Syrian children in Lebanon, approximately 250,000, are without an education, according to Human Rights Watch.
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