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AddressSerail Hill Area, Army Street
Zokak El-Blat
Phonelocal: (01) 989.751
international: +961.1.989.751
Faxlocal: (01) 989.754
international: +961.1.989.754
Web sitehttp://www.lb.emb-japan.go.jp/

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Georges Nader
Wed, 24 Jan 2018 05:11 EST
Partnership/local NGO
Dear Sir
Am righting for you as we are a local NGO based in north lebanon Akkar to find opportunity for our local association or partnership to build our capacity and to involve in development process in our area .

Prakash Poudel
Sun, 10 May 2015 02:49 EDT
Looking for a job in Japanese Embassy or any of its partner organization
Dear Sir/Madam,

Greetings from Nepal!

My name is Prakash Poudel and I am from Nepal. I hold Masters degree in English and currently I teach English to BBA students at a college here in Kathmandu, Nepal. However, I have worked with different organizations in the past, from daily English Newspaper to Orphans House to UNICEF supported projects.

Having said this, to work along with Japanese people, known for its honesty and courtesy, has long been my desire. I understand that working in a war torn zone like Lebanon is challenging, but I love challenges and at the same I would also be deeply satisfied on being able to do something to improve the lives of the local people. For me, this will be a cherished dream come true!

Please help me if there are any job opportunities,

I am looking forward for your positive response,

Very Sincerely,
Sarah Al Araigy
Mon, 28 Nov 2011 14:34 EST

I need information about the scholarship provided by the embassy to the lebanese student for year 2012-2013, im majoring in marketing and i need 6 month to finish my BA and im interested in continuing my master in japan but i need a scholarship.

please if you can reply on my mail sarah.araigy@hotmail.com

Thank you

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