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One day all children in Lebanon will have access to quality education

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“I expect Teach For Lebanon to be a major player in Education in the underprivileged areas of Lebanon.”

Dr. Youssef El Khalil- Chairman of the Board of Trustees

Who we are 

Since its inception in 2009, TFL has worked in schools in different regions of Lebanon from Akkar and Daniyyeh in the north to Saida and Hasbaya in the south and has impacted the lives of more than 18,500 underprivileged Lebanese, Palestinian, and Syrian students and others whose futures are clouded by social and economic factors. Due to its proven success and because education inequity remains a dire problem in Lebanon, TFL is embarking on an ambitious growth plan over the coming years.

Latest News

  • Jan 13 till Jan 19

    A positive TOUCH !

    Inspired by its Corporate Sustainability program Positive touch, touch, the leading mobile telecommunications and data operator in Lebanon, managed by Zain Group, partnered with Teach For Lebanon and launched  “e-touch”, the educational multimedia centers that aim to support Lebanon’s most disadvantaged children in rural areas. The project was officially launched in a ceremony in Béqaaheld under the patronage of the Minister of Telecommunications Jamal Al-Jarrah and in his presence.

What we do



  Recruit highest-quality talent (“Fellows”) with core competencies to improve student achievement ...



 Provide Fellows with training and professional development ...



  Place Fellows for a minimum of 2 years in full-time teaching positions ...

Where We Work

Antelias Public School

Mount Lebanon- Antelias

Number of fellows: 1

students: 600

refugees: 600

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

- Nelson Mandela -