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The Girls Got It initiative, which encourages female participation in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics fields, launched its seventh edition at Zahle's Antonine University, a statement from the group said. The initiative, funded by the German government as a joint collaboration between several NGOs, UNICEF, the Education Ministry and the Lebanese League for Women in Business, brings together female students across Lebanon with the aim of increasing their involvement in STEM fields.
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