British ambassador to Lebanon Chris Rampling speaks during an interview with The Daily Star in Beirut, Tuesday, Sept. 18, 2018. (The Daily Star/Hasan Shaaban)
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At its core, education is the future.The U.K. along with international partners is a committed donor to education in Lebanon.Every child has the right to an education and I am proud to say that the progress since the London Conference in 2016 that the government of Lebanon has made to ensure every child in Lebanon has access to a quality education, is a source of hope.That is why supporting inclusive education for all children with special education needs is another key topic in Lebanon delivered under the Connecting Classrooms program, which is the British Council's foremost global education program in partnership with the Department For International Development.Over the next decade, a billion more young people around the world will enter the jobs market, but over 130 million girls are currently missing out on getting the education they need to develop essential skills.
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