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Who We Are 

Teach For Lebanon (TFL) is an NGO working to ensure that all children in Lebanon, regardless of socioeconomic background, have access to quality education. The model of Teach For Lebanon is an education innovation that focuses on youth capacity building to provide quality intervention and systemic support for students. TFL employs and trains Lebanon’s most promising graduates, “TFL Fellows”, and places them in schools serving underprivileged refugee and Lebanese children. These Fellows receive on-going training and support to address educational disadvantages by providing transformational teaching that places their students on a path of academic success. Along the way, they become leaders and advocates for a better Lebanon. Teach For Lebanon is part of a global network of 52 countries called Teach For All.

Latest News

  • Jul 23 till Feb 23

    Fighting Gender Based Violence

    GIRLS AND BOYS VOICES AGAINST GENDER BASED VIOLENCE is a high-scale project designed by Teach For Lebanon and funded by the Canada Fund for Local Initiatives to combat gender-based violence by enhancing the leadership of youth. The project's closing ceremony was held at ESA Business School on February 23rd, at the presence of Her Excellency Mrs. Emmanuelle Lamoureux, Ambassador of Canada to Lebanon.

What we do

1.

HIRE EDUCATORS

  Recruit and select university students with core competencies to improve student achievement

2.

BUILD THEIR CAPACITY

 Train for a six-week intensive program throughout the summer, on Education best practices

3.

PLACE THEM IN SCHOOLS

 Place Fellows for a minimum of two years in full-time teaching positions in public/free schools and orphanages in remote areas

4.

PROVIDE MENTORSHIP

Provide on-going professional development and mentorship to the Fellows (capability building programs, school visits and additional training)

5.

EMPOWER THE ALUMNI

Provide support to the alumni (career guidance, job placement,ongoing learning). Alumni are entitled to continue their graduate studies through scholarships provided by partner universities

Where We Work

Antelias Public School

Mount Lebanon- Antelias
Florida

Number of fellows: 1

students: 600

refugees: 600

"Education is the most powerful weapon which we can use to change the world”

- Nelson Mandela -