Monday, April 25, 2016


C'est devenu une tradition pour ce groupe de personnalités américaines d'origine libanaise, transformées en lobbyistes pour un Liban stable et souverain, de célébrer chaque année des Américains de même descendance qu'eux, gravitant dans l'univers des célébrités locales. Pas besoin d'aller chercher trop loin, car leurs noms brillent avec éclat dans tous les domaines. Le récent gala de l'ATFL a braqué les projecteurs sur ceux de l'informatique, du petit écran et de la politique.


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Tony Bennett left his heart in San Francisco. I once left a piano in Buffalo, a casualty of yet another move during the early stages of my career. So when consumer electronics innovator, iPod godfather and Grosse Pointe South High alumnus Tony Fadell told me he had attended 12 schools in 15 years growing up, I winced, thinking about how much energy uprooting takes.


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USAID in Lebanon


As a Lebanese American, the country and current issues are near and dear to me. I have grown up hearing stories of my parents and their families in Lebanon and identify closely with the culture and the people. As Lebanese Americans, we have witnessed the impacts of the Syrian refugee crisis on Lebanon. Lebanon hosts the highest number of refugees per capita in the world—estimated between 25%-30% of the population. This significant challenge places an incredible strain on resources. On behalf of the American people, the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) is working with Lebanese partners to deliver things like improved water services and quality education to Lebanon.


USAID’s Work in Lebanon


USAID is committed to a stable, independent, and prosperous Lebanon...

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