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Inas Al Jarmakani and Aline Lahoud Conclude the IAAF AWARDS Competition at Chhim Public High School
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The President of the Foundation, Mrs. Inas Al Jarmakani, along with the star Aline Lahoud, concluded the "IAAF AWARDS" competition of the "Inas Foundation for Academic Awards" among high schools in Chouf and Aley at Chhim Public High School. This event was held in collaboration with the Ministries of Education and Higher Education, Agriculture, and Economy and Trade, aiming to select the best feasible project presented by the students.

Aline shared her journey of entering university and choosing acting and directing briefly, hoping to inspire and encourage students to dare to dream. She said, "You can achieve everything you dream of. You may not reach the desired goal, but it doesn't prevent you from striving for it and working hard towards it. You might encounter new opportunities that change your path and lead you to even more important dreams." She added, "Believe in that inner voice guiding you towards your dreams, even if many oppose you. You are the decision-makers. Follow your dream, no matter how difficult and far-fetched it may seem." She concluded, "My advice is that, as you progress in your dream, keep the mindset of a student and a dreaming child no matter how high you rise, so you continue to produce."

Al Jarmakani encouraged the students to create opportunities in their regions, reminding them that entrepreneurs and great figures in history started with an idea they believed in and insisted on achieving, developing it into a success story. She shared her family's self-made story in Nigeria, which began from nothing until her father achieved success from scratch due to his commitment to his dreams and confidence in his abilities. Through the foundation, she wanted to share her dreams with the youth of Chouf. She concluded, "We will meet again with you next September to start assisting you and receiving the projects that must include a vision, marketing plan, feasibility study, etc. In October 2024, the projects will be evaluated and judged by a specialized jury."

Al Jarmakani is touring the participating public high schools, which are eight in number: Barja, Baakline, Chhim, Choueifat, Damour, Moukhtara, Deir El Qamar, and Niha, accompanied by influential artistic and media personalities. The aim is to inform the students about the competition's requirements, encourage their participation, showcase their competencies, and discover their talents. A monetary prize of 100 million Lebanese pounds will be awarded to the most innovative and feasible project in each high school.

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